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e to your orders I embarked on the steamers Adelaide and George Peabody 500 of the 20th Regiment New York Volunteers, Colonel Weber commanding; 220 of the 9th Regiment New York Volunteers, Colonel Hawkins commanding; 100 of the Union Coast Guard, Ca upon our troops from the other fort, and its flag was also struck. Supposing this to be a signal of surrender. Colonel Weber advanced his troops already landed upon the beach. The Harriet Lane, Capt. Faunce, by my direction, tried to cross t was run up from the fort. I then went with the Fanny over the bar into the inlet. At the same time the troops, under Col. Weber, marched up the beach, and a signal was made from the flagship to cease firing. As the steamer Fanny rounded in ovat the Federal forces were landed and drawn up in line on the beach, when it was found that there were $19 men, under Col. Max Weber, of the New York Twentieth Regiment. At this time the wind raised a little, and it was found impossible to land more