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creamin‘ troo de woods like de Judgment Day, I said to myself, If my head was took off tonight, dey could n't put my soul in de torments, perceps [except] God was my enemy!
And when de rifle-bullets came whizzin‘ across de deck, I cried aloud, God help my congregation!
Boys, load and fire!
I must pass briefly over the few remaining days of our cruise.
At Fernandina we met the Planter, which had been successful on her separate expedition, and had destroyed extensive salt-works at Crooked River, under charge of the energetic Captain Trowbridge, efficiently aided by Captain Rogers.
Our commodities being in part delivered at Fernandina, our decks being full, coal nearly out, and time up, we called once more at St. Simon's Sound, bringing away the remainder of our railroad-iron, with some which the naval officers had previously disinterred, and then steamed back to Beaufort.
Arriving there at sunrise (February 2, 1863), I made my way with Dr. Rogers to General Saxton's bedroom,