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The Daily Dispatch: June 7, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 2 Browse Search
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telegraphic dispatch from Washington to the Northern papers, under date of June 2d, a statement is given of Saturday's engagement at Aquia Creek, from First Lieutenant Thomas M. Cash, of the Federal steamer Freeborn. Its inaccuracy, so far as the damage to our battery is concerned, is apparent enough, while he doubtless understates the damage to the steamers: First Lieutenant Thomas M. Cash states that the Freeborn was engaged in the cannonading at Aquia Creek on Saturday from 11 o'clock A. M. until 4 P. M., during which time she fired 200 shot and shell, nearly every one of which did execution. During her three engagements with the enemy's batterd Pawnee were the only two vessels actively engaged in the fight yesterday. The Yankee, Anacosta and Reliance were laying off, firing only occasionally. Lieutenant Cash says there must have been quite a number of the Confederates killed, as they could be distinctly seen from the deck of the Freeborn carrying off many of their