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pour hot shot into his Exposed Broadsides. To do this, it is necessary to begin at the beginning of his letter to Secretary Mallory. Near the commencement he says: "I begin with your telegraphic dispatches to me of the 4th and 5th instant, directition in the James river as would Entirely prevent the enemy's ascending it." Farther on he says: "On the 6th you (Secretary Mallory) telegraphed me to endeavor to afford protection to Norfolk as well as the James river, which replaced me in my oriand follow her up and capture her? He says: "On the 7th inst. Commodore Hollins reached Norfolk with orders from you (Sec. Mallory) to conduct with me and such officers as I might select in regard to the best disposition to be made of the Virginia, withdrawal of the "Virginia" from the defence of the James river. While thus engaged, Pilot Parrish received from Secretary Mallory an order revoking his commission and dismissing him from the service without affording him the form of a trial, and
Still to be seen --Lee Mallory's superb diorama, the Battle of Hampton Roads, is still to be seen at Metropolitan Hall. Those who have not seen it "should go at once," nor "stand on the order of their going." The enterprising manager has other attractions in store for the habitues of this popular place of amusement at an early day. Meanwhile, the great Naval D el is to be exhibited at night, and at three o'clock Saturday--the latter for the special accommodation of suburban families and schools.