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hus engaged, Pilot Parrish received from Secretary Mallory an order revoking his commission and dismissing him from the service without affording him the form of a trial, and without even a notice of a charge. Pilot Parrish would rather have failed in defence of his country, leaving a good name to his wife and children, than thus, without a hearing, to be deprived of that to which he is justly entitled. But conscious that a full investigation of this whole matter will fully exonerate the pilots from all blame in relation to the destruction of the Virginia, Pilot Parrish well content himself meanwhile with the consciousness that he has done his duty; as have also the pilots associated with him on board the Virginia. In conclusion, we say that, in the destruction of the "Price of the South," the pilots on board had no part or lot, and no fault or blame can be attached to us. William Parrish, Pilots. George Wright, Pilots. Wm. T. C. Clark, Pilots. H. Williams, Pilots.