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Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter
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From Charleston. Charleston, Oct. 21. --Ten Yankee prisoners, including an acting ensign, captured in a barge near Georgetown by our cavalry, arrived here this afternoon. They belong to the United States schooner Ward, blockading off Georgetown, and were taken after setting fire to and destroying a small schooner loaded with cotton it. Dearing creek. There has been considerable increase in the enemy's squadron off this harbor, and an increase off Hilton Head. [Second Dispatch.] Charleston, Oct. 25. --No change in the firing. Weather very stormy. The enemy, on land and sea, quiet.