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and men to carefully avoid wasting a shot, and will enjoin upon them the necessity of precision rather than rapidity of fire. Each ship will be ready to render assistance to any vessel that may require it. The special code of signals prepared for the ironclads will be used in action. After the reduction of Fort Sumter, it is probable that the next point of attack will be the batteries on Morris Island. The line of battle will be in line ahead, as follows: 1. Weehawken Captian John Rodgers. 2. Passaic Captain Percival Drayton. 3. Montauk Captain John L. Worden. 4. Patapsco Commander Daniel Ammen. 5. New Ironsides Captain T. Turner. 6. Catskill Commander G. W. Rodgers. 7. Nantucket Commander D. M Fairfax. 8. Nahant Commander John Downes. 9. Keokuk Commander A. C. Rhind. A squadron of vessels, of which Captain J. F. Green will be the senior officer, will be formed outside the bar, near to the entrance buoy, consisting of the following vessels