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remain at Eastville several days, waiting for Marshall and his boat to come over from the other side Some two or three months before, this man, Marshall, had owned a sloop, which he had used successthe shore in a smaller boat. Since that time Marshall had been pursuing his vocation with a sort of and sometimes a small cargo of merchandise. Marshall being an expert pilot and a thorough seaman, g that Webster left Cherrystone Lighthouse in Marshall's canoe, to make the voyage across the Chesapupon his arrival at Richmond. On starting, Marshall rowed off a short distance from the light-houh. Resolving, however, to make the effort, Marshall hoisted his sails, and as they rapidly filledpoint of light to leeward, and at once called Marshall's attention to it. It is a gunboat with a, further away, cried: Who's there? Marshall, with mail boat and passengers. Sentinel, rebel camp. Webster, with others, went to Marshall's shantya rude, wooden structure, which that [2 more...]