d to the general hospitals.
Among these vessels were the Ocean Queen, the S. R. Spaulding, the Elm City, the Daniel Webster, No. 2, the Knickerbocker, the clipper sere; but we saw their motive and were not scared.
We were safe alongside The Spaulding by midnight; but Mr. Olmstead's tone of voice, as he said, You don't know how Oaks was fought, June 1, 1862.
All the vessels of the Commission except The Spaulding --and she was hourly expected — were on the spot, and ready.
The Elm City halanding; last night it was a verdant shore, to-day it is a dusty plain.
The Spaulding has passed and gone ahead of us; her ironsides can carry her safely past the ved.
Late that night came peremptory orders from the Quartermaster, for The Spaulding to drop down to Harrison's Landing.
We took some of the wounded with us; othad made several trips in the service of the Commission, and one voyage of The Spaulding must not pass unrecorded.
We were ordered up to City Point, under a flag