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as supposed Quaker City had encountered a masked which are said to be found every n that vicinity. her trial of the Sawyer gun on the Rip as made on Tuesday by Gen. Butler, ence of the Belgian and Danish Minis d the shots directed towards Sewell's The battery at the point responded, e shots of neither could reach the other e who came up from Norfolk reported e city was prepared for any emergency. are about 14,000 troops in the vicinity, an adequate supply of artillery, and arms of tttery, and compelled the Confederates to fly to the woods for safety.--In the afternoon of the same day, a number the crew of the Cumberland left in a fishing smack for the purpose of fishing, but approached a point within range of the guns of e Sewell's Point battery, when they were d upon. One of the shot took effect, kill three men and wounding several others. board the Georgeana were some fifty passengers, all from Norfolk, and most of whom women and children. They were sent that ci