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folk to attack the frigates Congress and Cumberland, then lying in Hampton Roads.
She was commanded by Admiral Franklin Buchanan.
She first encountered the United States frigate Cumberland, whom she struck with her prow and sunk—her iron prow was broken off in the collision and sunk with the Cumberland.
The Cumberland behave of the 12th inst., I desire to put on record the following extracts from the report of the late Captain G. J. Van Brunt, United States Navy, who commanded the United States frigate Minnesota in the engagement of March 8th and 9th, 1862.
It will be remembered that the Minnesota got aground on the 8th and remained there during thunt was an interested observer of the fight between the Merrimac and Monitor, and closely noted the result!
Here is what he says: (the italics are mine.)
United States steamer Minnesota, March 10, 1862.
As soon as she got off she (the Merrimac) stood down the bay, the little battery chasing her with all speed, when