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wanted to go southward to pick up men, the fighting now being over. In conclusion, I have to say that in the squadron were all the vessels were conspicuous for vigilance, this ship has never been found wanting. Everything was done the circumstances permitted, and in a proper manner. Very respectfully, your obedient servant, H. S. Stellwagen. Lieut. Abbott makes the following report: Sir: --In obedience to your order, I proceeded to the rebel ram and was received by Lts. Parker and Phycock, and conducted by the former inside of the house where I was received by her Captain — His name I did not learn. I told him I had come in the name of Capt. Stellwagen to give up the U. S. steamer Mercedita, she being in a sinking and perfectly defenceless condition. They asked me about the condition of our boats and the number of the crew. I told them our boats were not large enough nor in a proper condition to carry our number of crew. After privately consulting w