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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 3. (ed. Frank Moore), Doc. 36. battle of Port Royal, S. C. Fought November 7, 1861. (search)
were drowned by their own imprudence. Lieutenant-Commanding Nicholson's conduct in the Isaac Smith has met my warm commendations. The Peerless transport, in a sinking condition, was met by the Mohican, Commander Gordon, and all the people on board, twenty-six in number, were saved under very peculiar circumstances, in which service Lieutenant H. W. Miller was very favorably noticed by his commander. On passing Charleston I sent in the Seneca, Lieutenant-Commanding Ammen, to direct Captain Lardner to join me with the steamer Susquehanna off Port Royal without delay. On Monday, at eight o'clock in the morning, I anchored off the bar, with some twenty-five vessels in company, with many more heaving in sight. The Department is aware that all the aids to navigation had been removed, and the bar lies ten miles seaward, with no features on the shore line with sufficient prominence to make any bearing reliable. But, owing to the skill of Commander Davis, the fleet captain, and Mr
Doc. 70. the Chicamacomico engagement. Official report of Captain Lardner. the following are the official reports of the engagement near Hatteras Inlet: United States steam frigate Susnd good conduct. His report is enclosed. I am, very respectfully, your obedient servant, J. L. Lardner, Captain. To Flag-officer L. M. Goldsborough, &c., &c. Report of Commander Braine. edient servant, Lieutenant D. L. Braine, Commanding United States steamer Monticello. To Captain J. L. Lardner, Commanding U. S. steamer Susquehanna, off Cape Hatteras, N. C. New York Herald narrnd. Colonel Hawkins, upon receiving the information from Colonel B., despatched a note to Capt. Lardner, of the Susquehanna, informing him of the condition of affairs, and then started on the doubs troops had not eaten any thing since the previous morning — which fact being made known to Capt. Lardner, he immediately supplied them with provisions. At the request of Col. Hawkins, Capt. L. rem