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ted to pass down the river with scows in tow. Capt. John Rodgers, who lay at anchor in Wright River, and myselic spirit. While all communication between Capt. John Rodgers in Wright River, and myself in Wilmington Narf what consequence they might prove, and sent Capt. John Rodgers of the Flag, and Lieut. Barnes of the Wabash,e, like all the others, occurred in the night. Captain Rodgers and his party were able to pass through the Cutg gunboats by this passage into the Savannah. Capt. Rodgers reported with a measured degree of enthusiasm. Rodgers, and Lieut. Barnes. In the morning, Captain John Rodgers, with three gunboats, the Unadilla, Pembina,of the rebel gunboats serious damage. Meanwhile John Rodgers opened fire from Wall's Cut, and the singular spount of the sunken piles; and I am informed that Capt. Rodgers considered it inadvisable to risk the chance of amer Mayflower, which lay just in the rear of Capt. John Rodgers' command. At the time I write, it is not c
The following additional order was also issued: Douglas House, March 6, 1862. This property, belonging originally to Gen. Nathaniel Greene, a Revolutionary hero and a native of Rhode Island, is now,the property of his grandson, Mr. Nightingale. It is hereby ordered and enjoined upon all who may visit this place to hold everything about the place sacred, and in no case disturb or take away any article without a special order from Flag-Officer Du Pont or Gen. Wright. [Signed] John Rodgers, Charles Stedman, Commanders United States Navy. [Approved] S. F. Du Pont, H. G. Wright. The following order was published for the benefit of the inhabitants of Fernandina: Order: The inhabitants of Fernandina, wishing to communicate with their friends beyond the lines, can do so by means of unsealed letters left at this office to-day, March twelfth, 1862. By command of Brig.-Gen. H. G. Wright. An order was also issued ordering all persons on Amelia Island, not conne