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The Daily Dispatch: April 15, 1863., [Electronic resource], Reported fighting on the Rappahannock. (search)
th, of the steamer Yankee, has arrived in New York. He passed the Monitors lying off Charleston. The Tribune says: He reports a statement made to him by Capt. Howes, of the Spaulding, United States transport steamer, on her way to Fortress Monroe from Charleston, to the effect that the Monitors were at North Edisto Island, and that the rest of the fleet were lying abreast of the bar off Charleston harbor. Capt. Howes also reported that the officers of the fleet were, when he passed them, assembled on board Admiral Dupont's flagship, where they were apparently in consultation. This was on Saturday, April 4th. Capt. Howes noticed that Fort SumteCapt. Howes noticed that Fort Sumter presented an unusual appearance, and, as near as he could discern by using his glass turret had been rested on the top of the fort, in which there seemed to be one large gun mounted. It is supposed that the armament of this turret will be used to discharge plunging shot against the Monitors when ascending the harbor towards Char