agen; George Peabody, Lieutenant R. B. Lowry; and tug Fanny, Lieutenant Pierce Crosby, all of the United States Navy.
The transports Adelaide and George Peabody towing schooners with surf-boats on them, and the Monticello and Pawnee surf-boats only.
Major-General Butler took passage in this ship; the transports having parts of two regiments, and one company of regulars, under the command of Colonels Max Weber and Hawkins, and Captain Larnard, United States army.
At — P. M., passed Cape Henry, and discharged pilot; light airs from south and east, with a ground swell.
Tuesday, 27th--Light airs from south and east, with a heavy ground swell.
At half-past 9, A. M., Cape Hatteras light in sight, rounded the shoals off Hatteras, and at five P. M. anchored at the southward of the cape — the squadron in company.
Hoisted out the surf-boats, and made preparations for landing troops in the morning.
Wednesday 28th--Southerly winds; heavy surf rolling on the beach.
Calling the m