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the different ships to report to the senior lieutenant-commander of that division of the fleet to which their respective vessels belonged, and that they should be formed in line of battle, first division in front and second and third following. Cushman was in command of the first division, Parker of the second, and Selfridge of the third. These preparations were completed when LieutenantCom-mander Breese came in haste from General Terry. He had with him two sailors, one of whom bore the adhis was done reflects most creditably upon Lieutenant Preston. He states further that four lines of assault were intended, the first of marines, Captain L. L. Dawson; the second of sailors from the first and fourth divisions of the fleet, under Cushman; the third, sailors from the second division, under Parker; the fourth, the sailors from the third division of the fleet, under Selfridge. It was intended that the men should assault in line, the marines acting as sharpshooters, and the diffe
note) Constellation, the, U. S. sloop, 7 Cony, Ensign, 198 et seq. Cosmopolitan, the, U. S. transport, 46 Cossack, the, U. S. steamer, 79 Cotton Plant, the, 205 et seq., 209 et seq. Craven, Ensign, 138 Crocker, Captain F., 179 Crosby, Lieutenant, Pierce, 165 Crusader, the, U. S. vessel, 63 Cumberland, the, U. S. vessel, 6, 82, 111, 166 et seq. Curlew, the, 19, 181 Cushing, Lieutenant William B., 194 et seq., 198 et seq., prowess of, 211 et seq., 236 Cushman, 233 Cuyler, the, 218, 228 D. Dacotah, the, U. S. steamer, 7, 196 Daffodil, the, U. S. tug, 155 Dahlgren, Rear-Admiral, 8, 116; relieves Dupont, 121 et seq.; before Sumter, 129 et seq.; demands surrender of Sumter, 137, 149; in Tulifing Creek, 153 et seq.; from Memoir of, 160 et seq. Dai Ching, the, 131, 146, 155 Daniels, Lieutenant-Commander, 238 Darlington, the, Confederate steamer, 51; captured, repaired, and put in U. S. service, 61, 70 Davenport, Lieut