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, and activity at their guns. William Blagden, (ship's cook,) William Madden, (coal-heaver,) James Machon, (boy,) William H. Brown, (landsman,) James Mifflin, (engineer's cook,) conspicuous for bravery, performing their duty in the powder divisionriddled very much, and in the immediate vicinity of the shell-whips, which were twice cleared of men by bursting shells. Brown was also wounded. James E. Sterling, (coal-heaver,) bravery in remaining at his post when wounded, and passing shell u, and activity at their guns. William Blagden, (ship's cook,) William Madden, (coal-heaver,) James Machon, (boy,) William H. Brown, (landsman,) and James Mifflin, (engineer's cook,) conspicuous for bravery, performing their duty in the powder divind, slight; William Robinson, Captain Foretop, contusion, slight; John Thompson, ordinary seaman, contusion, slight; William H. Brown, landsman, contusion and abrasion, slight; Barclay Redington, coal-heaver, scalp-wound, slight; John K. House, coal-