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er, Adjutant-General. Official report of Com. Lynch, C. S. N. Flag-Ship Sea Bird, off Roanois supposed to have been the flag-ship of Commodore Lynch, the rebel commander. She was struck by On the Curlew,2 Sea Bird,2 Raleigh,1 Commodore Lynch,2 Fanny,2 Post Boy,2 Three other vme. The barges are from the navy-yard to Flag-Officer Lynch, and the location selected by him. Upon ring a pile-driver from the navvyard, before Com. Lynch took command of the fleet. In my first coto action. On the sixth of February, Corn. Lynch received intimation that Burnside's fleet was ediately upon the approach of clear weather, Com. Lynch sent word to Col. Shaw, the commander of theund them at a furious rate. About that time Com. Lynch determined to skirmish to the rear behind tharker, and the Sea Bird, the flag-ship of Commodore Lynch, and the others whose names I could not de or two exceptions were little injured. Commodore Lynch deserves the thanks of the nation for the