Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Island No.10” in chapter 16 of Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War.:

...ry strong, and built with great skill. Six thousand prisoners fell into General Pope's hands. Commander Walke in the Carondelet, supported by the Pittsburgh, silenced the heaviest battery below Island No.10 and spiked the guns, picking up a number of fine sixty-four pounders left behind by the Confederates in their flight. The precipitancy with which the enemy retreated when the gun-boats appeared b...
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