alf an hour, a boat came ashore with two officers, one Captain Bayleis, second in command of the squadron.
Capt. Farragut bee Federal officers in his office, with proper dignity.
Capt. Bayleis stated the purport of his mission.
He had been sent byas of our own property, and did not concern outsiders.--Capt. Bayleis replied that it looked like biting off one's nose to sp by the crowd outside.
On entering the Mayor's office, Capt. Bayleis introduced himself as second in command of the U. S. sqng this Department." The officers then shook hands, and Capt. Bayleis stated his mission to demand the surrender of the city ities to pursue what course they should think proper.
Captain Bayleis said that no such purpose was entertained by Capt. Farupted him by saying that it was done by his authority.
Capt. Bayleis said that he had no doubt Gen. Lovell had done his dutyand they were doing theirs.
It was then concluded that Capt. Bayleis and the other officer would return to their ships, and