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oceeded to clear it by pouring down powder into the vent and blowing the spongehead out. Alexander Mack, (Captain of----,) activity, zeal, and skill displayed in handling his gun, as well as great courage; he was also severely wounded. William Nichols, (Quartermaster,) perfect coolness and dexterity in handling his gun; always sure of his aim before he would consent to fire. Nicholas Irwin, (seaman,) John Cooper, (Coxswain,) John Brown, (Forecastle Captain,) and John Irwin, (carpenter,ut immediately returned and took charge of his gun; remained until he was again wounded twice and entirely disabled. William Robinson, (Captain of Top,) activity, zeal, and skill displayed in handling his gun, as well as great courage. William Nichols, (Quartermaster,) perfect coolness and dexterity in handling his gun; always sure of his aim before he would consent to fire. Nicholas Irwin, (seaman,) John Cooper, (Coxswain,) John Brown, (Captain of Forecastle,) and John Irwin, (Coxswai