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Doc. 89.-occupation of Jacksonville, Fla. Report of Lieut. Stevens. U. S. Gunboat Ottawa, off Jacksonville, March 18. To Flag-OfficJacksonville, March 18. To Flag-Officer S. F. Du Pont, commanding South-Atlantic Blockading Squadron. sir: I succeeded in crossing the bar with this vessel, the Seneca and Pemb
mission was successfully accomplished.
We succeeded in reaching Jacksonville without difficulty, and at every house, save one, found evidence Senior Officer present.
Philadelphia press account.
Jacksonville, Fla., March 17, 1862.
On Wednesday, the twelfth inst., at seven in fifteen minutes we were steaming up the St. John's, bound to Jacksonville.
The weather was rather inauspicious — sun obscured, air damp a s, a few minutes later the St. John's Mills, and as we drew near Jacksonville, smouldering ruins presented themselves on every side.
Nothing tection, and hoisted the red ensign.
At noon, we anchored off Jacksonville, less than a hundred yards from the wharf.
Our reception was an