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[Second week.] Sunday, 14th.--This morning we begin our second week at sea, the "Tallahassee" still in good sailing trim, with coal enough to last eight or ten days. The injury done to our upper works, the loss of our mainmast, together with some repairs needed upon the engines, make it necessary for us to run into some port within a few days — Halifax, probably. We have a few prisoners on board to-day — the officers and crew of the Lamot Du Pont. They are mostly from Delaware, but still are genuine Yankees. Upon the quarter-deck is a large pile of baggage belonging to these few men, and I contrast their treatment with my own when a prisoner in the hands of the enemy. Everything was taken from me, even to an old and much-worn tooth brush--the last article in the world to steal — and not even a change of underclothing allowed me. Weather thick and foggy, with light breezes from southeast, which hauled later to south southwest. At 10 o'clock, all hands called upon the <