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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 4. (ed. Frank Moore) 11 5 Browse Search
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r assistance. I have not yet learned the cause of her making signals of distress. She has been aground since last night, and may have bilged. The naval squadron attached to Gen. Burnside's Coast division, is under the command of Flag-Officer L. M. Goldsborough, who is also the commander-in-chief of the North-Atlantic blockading squadron. Subjoined is the organization of the naval squadron: Flag-Officer, L. M. Goldsborough, of Washington, Commander-in-chief. Chief of the Staff, CommaFlag-Officer, L. M. Goldsborough, of Washington, Commander-in-chief. Chief of the Staff, Commander A. L. Case, of Newburgh, N. Y. Staff Medical Officer, Assistant Surgeon S. C. Jones. Signal Officer, H. G. B. Fisher, of Boston. Secretary to Flag-Officer, Henry Van Brunt, of New-York. Clerk to Flag-Officer, E. C. Meeker. Second Clerk to Flag-Officer, S. C. Rowan. vessels of the Squadron. Flag-Ship, Philadelphia, steam gunboat, Acting Master S. Reynolds. Lieutenant, E. L. Haines, of Philadelphia. Chief Engineer, Chas. A. Norris, of Washington. Assistants, Cha
ll be forwarded to the Department hereafter. I beg to submit herewith a copy of a general order to be read on the quarter-deck of each vessel belonging to that branch of the expedition. I am, very respectfully, your obedient servant, L. M. Goldsborough, Flag-Officer Commanding North Atlantic Blockading Squadron. To the Hon. Gideon Wells, Secretary of the Navy. General order. The following is the General Order: Your efforts of yesterday and the day before against the enemy,ing display of coolness, skill and discipline. We have yet more work of the kind to accomplish, and will soon deliver another blow to crush the hydra of rebellion. From what I have already witnessed, I am sure that you will do it well. L. M. Goldsborough. Report of Col. Ferrero. I beg to submit the following as the report of the Fifty-first regiment N. Y.V.: I received an order from Gen. Reno, on the morning of Saturday, the eighth of February, 1862, at about half-past 7 o'c
or justice will be disregarded. We shall inflict no injury, unless forced to do so by your own acts, and upon this you may confidently rely. Those men are your worst enemies. They, in truth, have drawn you into your present condition, and are the real disturbers of your peace and the happiness of your firesides. We invite you in the name of the Constitution, and in that of virtuous loyalty and civilisation, to separate yourselves at once from their malign influence, to return to your allegiance, and not compel us to resort further to the force under our control. The Government asks only that its authority may be recognised, and, we repeat, in no manner or way does it desire to interfere with your laws constitutionally established, your institutions of any kind whatever, your property of any sort, your usages in any respect. L. M. Goldsborough, Flag-Officer Commanding North-Atlantic Blockading Squad'n. A. E. Burnside, Brig.-Gen. Commanding Department of North-Carolina.
vessel. At about seven P. M., when we had received about three hundred troops on board, we had the pleasure of seeing the Mississippi come off the shoal. I immediately weighed anchor, and proceeded very cautiously into deep water, displaying lights to guide the other vessel. At midnight both vessels anchored off Baldhead Lighthouse. This morning we transferred the troops to the Mississippi; also Mrs. Gen. Butler and attendant. I am thankful to be able to report to you that we were instrumental in saving the noble ship, with her large number of passengers. It also affords me much gratification to have to inform you that every officer and man under my command exerted himself to his utmost abilities in this noble cause. The damage and loss sustained by this vessel is trivial, when compared with the saving of the lives of fourteen hundred persons who were on board the Mississippi. Your obedient servant, O. S. Glisson, Commander U. S. Navy. Flag-Officer L. M. Goldsborough.
ted with the remainder of the army by the cars and the country-roads. I have the honor, General, to be Your obedient servant, A. E. Burnside, Brigadier-General Commanding Department of North-Carolina. P. S.--I enclose the names of killed and wounded, as far as received. The Third brigade being so far distant, it is impossible to communicate with it in time for this mail. Commander Rowan's report. U. S. Flag-steamer Philadlphia, off Newbern, N. C., March 16. Flag-Officer L. M. Goldsborough, commanding North-Atlantic Blockading Squadron, etc.: sir: I have the honor to report the capture of all the rebel batteries upon the Neuse river, the complete defeat and rout of the enemy's forces in this vicinity, and the occupation of the city of Newbern by the combined forces of the army and navy of the United States on yesterday, Friday, at noon. The incidents of the expedition, briefly stated, are these: The fleet under my command, and that of the army, left Hatteras
that so important a victory should have been achieved with so little loss of life, particularly as the interior of the Fort was literally covered with the fragments of the bombs and shells, and many of their guns were disabled. I herewith enclose the reports of the several commanders, and it gives me great pleasure to commend the gallantry of all. See Supplement. I am, sir, respectfully, your obedient servant, Samuel Lockwood, Commander and Senior Officer present. To Flag-Officer Lewis M. Goldsborough, U. S. Flagship Minnesota, Hampton Roads, Va. New-York Tribune account. Fort Macon, April 26, 1862. By the active exertions of Lieut. D. W. Flagler, Ordnance Officer-in-Chief and Captain King, Quartermaster of Gen. Parke's division, the ordnance and ordnance stores were rafted across the shoals of Bogue Sound, and the mortar-batteries were in such a state of forwardness when Gen. Burnside came down on Saturday last, that he pronounced them almost ready for action.