of St. Mary's cannoniers eighty-eight strong, also came up on the United States gunboat Kennebec.
Corporal Murray, of company E, Louisiana regiment artillery.
One private from company D, Louisiana regiment artillery.
Official: Charles N. Morse, Lieutenant and Post Adjutant.
List of officers at Fort St. Philip, Louisiana, included in capitulation of forts Jackson and St. Philip, April 28, 1862.
M. T. Squires, captain Louisiana regiment artillery, senior officer.
Richard C. Bond, captain Louisiana regiment artillery.
J. H. Lamon, captain Louisiana regiment artillery.
Charles Assenheimer, captain Louisiana volunteers.
Armand Laityell (absent at date of capitulation), captain Bienville Guards, recruited in the parish.
J. K. Dixon, second-lieutenant C. S. A., commanding company.
Charles D. Lewis, assistant-surgeon, P. C. S. A.
Charlton Hunt, first-lieutenant Louisiana regiment artillery.
Henry W. Fowler, first lieutenant Louisiana regiment art