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officers, etc., of this ship who evinced in the battle of the fifth instant signal acts of bravery, which should justly entitle them to medals of honor: 1. George Taylor, Armorer, although wounded, went into the shell-room, and with his hands extinguished the fire from a shell exploded over it by the enemy. 2. Lewis Copat, l Forces, Mobile Bay, Aug. 23, 1864. Brigadier-General R. L. Page, Commanding Fort Morgan: General: In reply to your communication of this date, received by Captain Taylor, asking for terms of capitulation, we have to say that the only terms we can make are: First. The unconditional surrender of yourself and the garrison of Cauley, landsman, left thigh torn off, mortally; Silas M. Stevens, landsman, splinter-wound of head, severe; Richard McCay, boy, splinter-wound of arm, slight; George Taylor, armorer, shell-wound of forehead, slight; Patrick Morrissey, first-class fireman, splinter-wound in ankle, slight; Isaac Hewsom, coal-heaver, (colored,) splin