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-house, and in distress for want of provisions, which they had been without for 24 hours. I supplied them with food, and at the request of the commanding officer, remained for their protection during the day. Learning that the enemy were in large force at Kine Fleet I sent the Monticello to drive them off, which important service was performed by Lieut. Commanding Braine with great effect and good conduct. His report is enclosed. I am, very respectfully,Your obedient servant, [Signed] J. L. Lardner, Captain. The report of Lieutenant Braine. United States steamship Monticello. Off Cape Hatteras; Oct. 5, 1861. To Flag-Officer E. M. Goldsborough, &c.: Sir: --I have the honor to inform you that, in obedience to your order of this morning, I stood through the inner channel of Hatteras Shoals at 12 ½ P. M., and stood close along shore to the northward, keeping a bright lookout from aloft. At 1 ½ P. M. we discovered several sailing vessels over the Woodland Kine Reef, an