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d by the following fleet of gunboats, Captain Charles Steedman, United States Navy, commanding, ordeI deemed it expedient on consultation with Capt. Steedman, United States Navy, commanding naval forct day, from further information received, Captain Steedman, at my request, sent three gunboats to fe the bluff. On first occupying the bluff, Capt. Steedman, with his gunboats, proceeded immediately teamer Governor Milton I left in charge of Capt. Steedman, United States Navy. It is evident that thigh praise is due to their commander, Capt. Charles Steedman, United States Navy, for the prompt an immediate vicinity of Mayport Mills. Commander Steedman, with a large force, had been ordered by that I have just received the report of Commander Steedman, in which he informs me that the cooperahe plan of attack between Gen. Brannan and Capt. Steedman, of the gunboat Paul Jones, commanding theicut battery and a company of cavalry; and Capt. Steedman had the gunboats Cimerone, Water Witch and
t to be wondered that information of the projected attack passed our lines, and the enemy consequently was ready to receive us. The army transports of light draught were not sufficient for the transportation of the number of men required for this service, and in the emergency Commodore Godon, of the navy, was applied to by Gen. Mitchel for assistance. Commodore Godon promptly agreed to take troops on the gunboats, and the soldiers were assigned as follows: Gunboat Paul Jones, Captain Charles Steedman, commanding naval forces, towing Wabash launches. Transport Ben Deford, with six hundred of the Forty-seventh Pennsylvania volunteers, and four hundred of the Fifty-fifth Pennsylvania volunteers. Gunboat Connemaugh, with three hundred and fifty of the Fourth New-Hampshire volunteers. Gunboat Wissahickon, with two hundred and fifty of the Fourth New-Hampshire volunteers. Transport Boston, with five hundred of the Seventh Connecticut volunteers, and three hundred and eighty of the Th