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n m the steamer with grape and canis pelling them to retreat, but without those from the ship were then enabled board under the protection of her uns which were kept in action Sixty ot and shells were thrown into the and barn of Gresham, completely de ing them, but without doing any per jury. As the small boat pushed out to p, the Confederates kept up the fire behind trees, and lodged sixteen musket the boat. Whether any men were ed did not transpire. Among those ed on the shore was Dr. Smith, sur of the steamer, who received a ball his cheek. Shortly after the skirmish Monticello ran down to Fortress Monroe, he remained on Tuesday afternoon. Tuesday, information was receive at Monroe that troops were being on cross from Accomac and North landed at Lynn Haven. The Quartermaster immediately dispatched, and as he hed Lynn Haven a man in a small as discovered near the shore. A battle once lowered, manned and sent to e man up who remained close in sh boat from the Qu