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t, Albemarle Sound, May 2, 1864. the steamers will advance in the third order of steaming, the Miami leading the second line of steamers. Miami,Mattabesett, Ceres,Sassacus, Commodore Hull,Wyalusing, Seymour,Whitehead. The proposed plan of attack will be, for the large vessels to pass as close as possible to the ram, w Sassacus, Wyalusing, and Whitehead following in first order of steaming. At forty-five minutes past three made signal, ram is out; the Miami, Commodore Hull, and Ceres falling into position as we came up on port quarter, thus forming the third order, as directed. At twenty minutes past four Miami made signal, the enemy is retreawing report of the engagement with the rebel iron-clad ram Albemarle, and Bombshell. Yesterday, at one P. M., I got under way, in company with the Commodore Hull, Ceres, and army transport Trumpeter, and proceeded from our picket station, off Edenton Bay, across to the mouth of the Roanoke, for the purpose of putting down torpedoe