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ave the honor to be, very respectfully, Your obedient servant, S. C. Rowan, Commodore, commanding. Rear-Admiral John A. Dahlgren, Commanding S. A. B. Squadron, Flag-Steamer Philad. Statement of firing by the United States steamer New Ironsides during her several engagements with the rebel fortifications in Charleston harbor. date.rounds fired.hits by enemy.distance.object.remarks. 1863.  Yards.   July 1880541,400Fort WagnerAt anchor. July 20168131,300Fort WagnerAt anchor. July 2446451,200Fort WagnerAt anchor. July 2918321,200Fort WagnerAt anchor. July 2925 2,500Fort Sumter50-pounder rifle on spar deck. July 292 1,900Fort Gregg  July 3032921,800Fort GreggAt anchor. July 301 2,250Fort Sumter50-pounder rifle on spar deck. Aug. 1740031900Fort WagnerMost of the hits were from 10-inch guns in Wagner and Gregg. At anchor. Aug. 1730 1,700Fort Gregg  Aug. 172 2,700Fort Sumter50-pounder rifle on spar deck. Aug. 18118  Fort WagnerUnder way; distance varied from
st instant, after thoroughly destroying the stuff abandoned by the Indians, the camp was broken up, and the expeditionary force again in motion, homeward bound. The point on the Missouri reached by General Sibley, was in latitude 46° 42′, longitude 100° 35′, about forty miles by land below Fort Clark. The distance from Fort Snelling, by line of march, was made by Colonel Crooks to be five hundred and eight-five miles. A detailed narrative.--the battle of the Big Mound. On the twenty-fourth of July, about one o'clock, as the column was moving along the western base of a great hill or ridge of the Coteau Missouri, scouts who were in the advance returned with the report that we were in the immediate vicinity of a large camp of Indians. Other scouts came who had seen the Indians, and believed them to be preparing in great numbers to engage us — that they were then collecting in the rocky ravines and behind the ridges of the great hill. Soon the Indians were on the Big Mound, th