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Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 35: operations of the North Atlantic Squadron, 1863. (search)
in demand. Lieutenant Lamson distinguishes himself at Hill's Point. Cushing prevents Longstreet and forces from crossing etty, effecting the capture of five guns and 130 men on Hill's Point. This position commanded the communication between theng the withdrawal of the troops, etc., last night, from Hill's Point, and for the efficient aid rendered by him, his officerieged forces at Washington, but they were stopped below Hill's Point by the re-establishment of the enemy's batteries there,d dispatches. On the 3d of April, the flotilla below Hill's Point was reinforced by the Southfield, Whitehead and Seymour the Federal troops at Washington, having safely passed Hill's Point under cover of the gun-boats below. On the 14th and tes. There were a number of troops in transports below Hill's Point waiting the opportunity to reinforce the troops above, e troops could easily have carried the enemy's works at Hill's Point, but it was not attempted. The Confederate batteries w