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eft her moorings at the Dock-Yard, and, attended by the steam-tugs "Beaufort," Lieut. Commanding Parker, and the "Raleigh," Lieut. Commanding Alexander, steamed down the harbor. It was a gallant ht her. The Virginia stops. Is she aground? And the gunboats? Raleigh and Beaufort! glorious Parker! glorious Alexander! there they are on the quarters of the Congress hammering away, and creeping up closer and closer all the time. At ten minutes to 4 the Congress struck. Parker hauled down the ensign, run up his own battle flag in its place; there the heroic Taylor, who fought the Fanny arts, and is sent up in charge of acting Master Gibbs. And next the gallant Beaufort runs down. Parker steps and brings on board the great piece of bunting we saw hauled down just now. He brings alsohas since gone where the weary are at rast. A gallant man, a brave seaman!--We shake hands with Parker, he gets back to his vessel slightly wounded, as is Alexander also, and steams back gallantly to