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me of the 21 inst. I proceeded on the mission therein assigned, without delay. The steamer Torpedo, commanded by Lieut. Hunter Davidson, of the navy, was put in readiness as soon as possible, by order of the Secretary of the Navy, and rendered for t the enemy, carrying two guns, which also raised a white flag before approaching us. The officer in command informed Lieut. Davidson that he had orders from Admiral Lee, on board the United States flag ship Minnesota, lying below, and then in view, er until the 6th inst., when, having heard nothing further from the Admiral at 12 o'clock M. on that day, I directed Lieut. Davidson again to speak the gunboat on guard, and to hand to the officer in command another note to this Admiral. This was djects to which it relates, I desire to proceed directly to Washington city in the steamer Torpedo, commanded by Lieutenant Hunter Davidson, of the Confederate States Navy, no person being on board but the Hon. Mr. Ould, myself, and the boat's officer