Ransom Recovers Suffolk
victory of Hoke and Cooke at Plymouth
gallant fighting of the l McKethan, and Sixty-first, Colonel Radcliffe; Hoke's Carolina brigade—Sixth, Colonel Webb; Twenty-go in the town.
Following out this plan, General Hoke, after a brisk skirmish on Monday, Februaryssells, commanding a garrison of 2,834 men. General Hoke, who had been selected to lead this importae time suggested by General Hoke.
But when General Hoke explained that he wanted to attack Plymouthat to Plymouth, finished or unfinished, and General Hoke left him with that assurance.
On the day slliant naval success insured the triumph of General Hoke, for it gave him, on the water side, a vulnon Fort Williams, the citadel of Plymouth.
General Hoke moved General Ransom's brigade around to atederate Congress passed a vote of thanks to General Hoke and Commander James W. Cooke and the officeour.
Rebellion Record, XXXIII, p. 310.
General Hoke next moved against New Bern, and Roman says