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The Daily Dispatch: January 13, 1865., [Electronic resource], The late operations at Wilmington — the official reports. (search)
office,Wilmington, North Carolina,January 4, 1865. Hon. S. R. Mallory, Secretary of the Navy: Sir: The report of Lieutenant Chapman, of the incidents of the 24th and 25th ultimo, is so comprehensive as to render any further report unnecessary. The commendation which the officer serving at the battery and in the fort ret six miles off Fort Fisher. A detachment of twenty-nine men, under Lieutenant Roby, was sent from this battery to man the Brooke guns at Fort Fisher. On the 24th, at 12 o'clock M., the fleet of the enemy got under way in line ahead (the Ironsides leading), and at 1 o'clock they opened fire on the fort.--There were forty-thr commanding, I forward the report of Colonel Lamb, commanding Fort Fisher in the action of the 24th and 25th: On receiving the information, at 1 P. M., on the 24th, that the fleet was moving in to take position, I at once ordered a steamer, and reporting to the headquarters, proceeded to the point of attack, reaching Confeder
Pollard thinks that Lord Lyons was really sensible of the outrage that had been committed, but had it conveniently pigeon-holed in the Home Department after the approved diplomatic fashion of dodging unpleasant questions. When Mr. Pollard was in Fort Warren, he received the following letter from the British Minister: "British Legation, Washington, D. C.,"May 20th, 1864. "Sir: I have received your letter of the day before yesterday. "On receiving your telegram of the 24th instant, stating that you were charged to represent to me the facts of the case of the Greyhound and the interests of the owners, I sent by telegraph instructions to Her Majesty's consul at Boston to ask you to communicate on these matters with him for my information. I have to-day received from him an account of an interview which he had with you the day before yesterday. "I will request the consul to see that any British subjects interested in the Greyhound have proper facilities for defe