and having but one small boat, the same commanded by Capt. D. D. Sirmond, with Col. Singletary on board, succeeded in reachinially received and greeted by all the officers and men, Capt. Sirmond, with the aid of the boats of the Prony, removed the en and rescued the whole of them from a watery grave, and Capt. Sirmond and all of the men were safely placed on board the Albemarle.
Nothing daunted by this disaster, Capt. Sirmond and his men soon bailed out the little boat of the Albemarle, and immrate officers, Colonel Singletary and Captains Salyear and Sirmond, and their crews, for their brave and heroic efforts in saome hesitation sent out a boat with Maj. Singletary and Capt. Sirmond to make inquiry.
On their return they reported that threakers — Albemarle "lay to"--got in the Life Boat with Capt. Sirmond and the oarsmen — passed through the breakers without a in the breakers, but through the coolness and skill of Capt. Sirmond the boat and all on board were saved.
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