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The Daily Dispatch: January 20, 1865., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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ardee; that General Whiting retains only his original garrison, with whom he is busily engaged in repairing damages and in getting down four other guns (being all that he can get hold of) from Wilmington to replace those that were disabled; that the works are stronger against an assault on the land side than on the sea front, and that there are no obstructions in the channel other than some dozen or fifteen torpedoes — a portion of which were put down a week ago. He further states that William T. Lynch is acting as admiral of the station, and lives at Smithville; that Robert F. Pinckney is acting as commodore of the station afloat, having only a small tug, without any considerable armament, under his command; that the iron- clad ram, formerly in the river, got aground and burst open, and was dismantled of her engines and armor; and that the Tallahassee put to sea on the night of the 22d or 23d of December, with from six to eight hundred-bales of cotton on board, by way of the western