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On board steamer Satellite, Rappahannock River, Aug. 30, 1863. As I remarked in my previous letter, the work of clearing the decks of the steamers and of securing the prisoners occupied but a few moments. The men immediately after took their positions, and a stranger would have supposed the crew were engaged in the regular routine of daily duty. The boats were made fast astern, everything was hauled taught on board, ropes called up, and guns prepared for a fight. Lieut. Wood was on board the Satellite, and, Mr. Hoge being wounded, Lieut. Hudgins, the second officer in command, was put in charge of the Reliance. He was ordered to follow close after the Satellite, which was to be taken up the river by Pilot Moore. The engineers, Messrs. Bowman and Tennent, soon got up steam and reported the vessels ready to move. I was on the Reliance at the time, having gone there to attend the wounds of Lieut. Hoge and Capt. Walters, both seriously hit, and lying side by side in the cab