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t. McCrea, of the Jacob Bell, communicated with Capt. Austin, commanding the Anacostia and both vessels then stood off Freestone Point, where they commenced shelling the woods and buildings. The Harriet Lane, flag-ship of the flotilla, Capt. R. H. Wyman commanding, was stationed a mile or more behind. She fired two ninety-six pound shots. On a line with her, a little lower down the river, were the Reliance and the Herbert, with the Stepping Stones immediately behind, all in the mouth of d, and everything was quiet during the remainder of the night. A further dispatch, dated this morning, states that the building continued to burn for eighteen hours. The Secretary of the Navy to-day received the following letter from R. H. Wyman, Lieutenant commanding the Potomac flotilla, dated. United States Harriet Lane, Off Matawoman Creek, Dec. 9, 1861. Sir: I have the honor to report to you that this morning about half-past 9 o'clock, seeing the enemy's pickets, thr