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them from destruction. Our is two killed and eight wounded. Two of our guns have the enemies shot off, the prow was twisted, and armor somewhat damaged; the anchor and all flag staffs shot away, and smoke and steam pipe was riddled. The bearing of officers and men was all that could be wished, and in fact it could not have been otherwise, after the noble and daring conduct of the flag officer, whose wound is deeply regretted by all on board, who would gladly have themselves, in order to save him. We were accompanied from the Yard by the Beaufort, Lt., Farther and Raleigh, Lt. Alexander, and as man as it was discovered up the James river that the action had commenced we were joined by the Patrick Henry, Comp'r the Jamestown, Lt Burney, and the Teaser, Lt. Webb, all of which were actively engaged and reordered very efficient service I used the report of I have the honor to be sir, very respectfully, your Catesby Ap. R. John. Rx. and Ord. Officer. Flag Officer F. Fennat.