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eral public buildings, urging the inhabitants to return to their houses, and promising protection to the property of all good citizens, and the landing party then retired to their vessels Northing was removed from any of the houses, the men under Lieutenant Batche's command carefully abstaining from a jarring or taking away the private effects on the inhabitants. I enclose a copy of Commodore Gordon's interesting report. Very respectfully, &c. S. F. Dupont, Flag Officer. To the Hon. Gidson Welles. United States Steamer Mohican, Off Brunswick, Fla., March 10, 1862. Sir: I have the honor to report that in obedience to your order of March 5th, I left Fernandina on the morning of the 8th, accompanied by the Pocahontas Lieutenant Commanding Balone, and the Potomac, Lieutenant Commanding Warmough, and crossed Fernandina but with just water enough to comfortably float this ship; made the best of my way to as Simon's bar, and reached it at deal low water, passing it an