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ns, the second officer in command, was put in charge of the Reliance. He was ordered to follow close after the Satellite, which was to be taken up the river by Pilot Moore. The engineers, Messrs. Bowman and Tennent, soon got up steam and reported the vessels ready to move. I was on the Reliance at the time, having gone there to d and groaned in every seam, and ran her head heavily against the sea, as if trying to commit suicide at the chagrin of capture. Although much indisposed, pilot. Moore managed her admirably, and kept her well against the storm. After cruising a while up the bay our course was turned towards the Eastern Shore. Some few sails wer water, and this the pilot thought too much to be gotten up without difficulty; so at daylight she was fired. Taking the other two prizes in tow we started on, pilot Moore bringing up the Reliance close behind. After a few miles he brought her alongside the Satellite, and the two then worked together, making quite good time again