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The Pawnee

[Text describing action of four ships in South Carolina and Florida]

Infernal machines discovered in the Potomac [near Aquia] Creek by the flotilla ...

Infernal machines discovered in the Potomac [near Aquia] Creek by the flotilla ...

Infernal machines discovered in the Potomac [near Aquia] Creek by the flotilla ...

Infernal machines discovered in the Potomac [near Aquia] Creek by the flotilla ...

Action between the U.S. vessels Pawnee and Freeborn and the rebel batteries at Acquia [sic] Creek

Action between the U.S. vessels Pawnee and Freeborn and the rebel batteries at Acquia [sic] Creek

Alexandria, Virginia from the Maryland side of the Potomac

Alexandria, Virginia from the Maryland side of the Potomac

Alexandria, Virginia from the Maryland side of the Potomac

Destruction of Fort Ocracoke on Beacon Island entrance to Pamplico [sic] Sound by an expedition under command of Lieut Eastman of the Pawnee, Sept. 17th

Destruction of Fort Ocracoke on Beacon Island entrance to Pamplico [sic] Sound by an expedition under command of Lieut Eastman of the Pawnee, Sept. 17th

U.S. Gun Boat Pawnee

U.S. Gun Boat Pawnee

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