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red in the east the Satellite moved out, followed closely by Lieut. Hudgins. The run up occupied some three hours, and a little after sunrise we dropped the anchors off Urbana. The first thing was to get the wounded and prisoners ashore. Midshipman Goodwyn had charge of this, and in a short time all were landed and delivered into the hands of the cavalry waiting to receive them. I should here mention that on the day we launched our boats in Meachum's Creek, Col. T. L. Rosser, so long anden greater satisfaction to us. His regiment, the 5th cavalry, was raised principally from the counties around, and knew every path and by-way in them. Upon his arrival we felt secure from any demonstration on land. With the assistance of Mr. Goodwyn, I soon got the wounded on land, and had them carried to "Roseguild," the residence of Mrs. Bailey, where comfortable beds and rooms were provided for them. I thus had the wounded of both vessels together and could better attend to their want