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-ship Mound City signalled the commanding officers of the St. Louis and Lexington to come on board. At ten minutes past one P. M., passed the mouth of the St. Francis River. At fifteen minutes past one P. M. the flag-ship made a general signal; answered it, rounded too, and stood up the river, and at forty-five minutes past one came to off the St. Francis River. The tug Spitfire then went a short distance up that stream, and returning at fifteen minutes past two, the Mound City rounded to, followed by the St. Louis and Lexington, when the fleet stood down the river again. At three P. M., discovered the large rebel transport steamer Clara Dolsen lyinged to run her to Memphis and there deliver her to the Federal authorities. She had been secreted up White River, but was on her way to a new hiding-place up St. Francis River — so her officers state. Capt. J. Riley Jones, who purchased the A. W. Quarrier and Gen. Pike in Cincinnati, before the rebellion, is in command of the Cl