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The Daily Dispatch: August 6, 1862., [Electronic resource], Successful Running of the Blockade — the Herald fired on by the Yankees. (search)
teamer Herald, a British vessel, commanded by Captain Coxsetter, by the United States frigate Andriondark of 12 guns, off Nassau, N. P. The Herald was bound from Charleston for Nassau, and ran near the frigate, thinking she was English or French; butNassau, and ran near the frigate, thinking she was English or French; but found by a broadside that she was an enemy. She then ran for Nassau, pursued by the vessel.--She was struck once, but made her way safely into Nassau. She was flying British colors at the time. A Nassau paper says: H. B. M. ship Greyhound, Nassau, pursued by the vessel.--She was struck once, but made her way safely into Nassau. She was flying British colors at the time. A Nassau paper says: H. B. M. ship Greyhound, which was at anchor within the harbor, got up steam and went out and communicated with the Federal ship. What took place we are not informed, but the Greyhound returned about 3 o'clock to her moorings, and the Federal ship stood closer in, and finalNassau. She was flying British colors at the time. A Nassau paper says: H. B. M. ship Greyhound, which was at anchor within the harbor, got up steam and went out and communicated with the Federal ship. What took place we are not informed, but the Greyhound returned about 3 o'clock to her moorings, and the Federal ship stood closer in, and finally anchored outside of Hog Island, when she saluted the flag, which salute was shortly after returned from the Barrack wharf. We understand that she is the U. S. ship Adirondack. There are a great many reports in circulation regarding this ship, on