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the wooden vessels were the Hartford (flag-ship), Captain P. Drayton; Brooklyn, Ca the perilous position of the main-top of the Hartford, his flag-ship, where he was lashed, that he of the Fort, whose guns were trained upon the Hartford (which, with the Metacomet, was close followirragut ordered Captain Drayton to push on the Hartford, unmindful of torpedoes and every thing else, upon them.
The ram Tennessee, rushed at the Hartford, but missed her, when the latter returned thefull head of steam, and made directly for the Hartford. a signal was at once given for the National m without much injuring her adversary.
the Hartford now tried her power upon the sea-giant.
She ayton to strike the ram another blow with the Hartford, and he was about to do so, when the crippleds guns — not one of which was fired after the Hartford gave her first blow.
It became so crippled, the command of Lieutenant H. B. Tyson, of the Hartford. opened fire upon the fort at daylight,