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from the navy, under Captain Chapman; all under the immediate command of Colonel Lamb, and to whom General Bragg and General Whiting unite in awarding great credit. General Whiting is also entitled to high praise, not only for his bearing during thGeneral Whiting is also entitled to high praise, not only for his bearing during the fierce conflict, but for the admirable engineering skill displayed in the construction of Fort Fisher. This great work has been entirely built since the beginning of the war, the greater part of it by General Whiting, who has thus erected a monumGeneral Whiting, who has thus erected a monument to his memory that will long stand to attest his skill and perseverance. Of General Bragg--of whom it has become unfashionable to speak except in terms of disparagement — I will only say that history will gauge the meed of praise due him by theours by a hasty re-embarkation. This auspicious, result is due, under a merciful Providence, to the skill of Major-General Whiting, who planned the defences at the mouth of the Cape Fear, to the gallantry and endurance of Colonel Lamb and the b