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Major-Gen. U States Army, Commanding. S. Barron, Flag-Officer Confederate States Navy, Co arms, 715 prisoners, amongst whom are Captain Samuel Barron, Lieutenant Sharpe, and Dr. Wyatt M. Bh the following written communication from Samuel Barron, late Captain in the United States Navy. [Here follows the memorandum from Capt. Barron, as given below.] Mr. Creigel also brought a verbal communication from Com. Barron, stating that he had in the fort 615 men and a thousand more, Lieut. Crosby returned, bringing with him Com. Barron, Maj. Andrews and Col. Martin, of the rebelvege. They were conducted to the tent of Commodore Barron, the commander of the Confederate forces. to Gen. Butler: Memorandum. Flag Officer Samuel Barron, C. S. Navy, offers to surrender For the men without arms to retire. [Signed,] S. Barron, Commanding Naval Defences of Virginia and capture of 730 men, under the command of Commodore Barron, and one of the North Carlina Cabinet, on[1 more...]