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day with the enemy's batteries on shore and afloat:
Lewis Lord, landsman, nape of neck, dangerous; Owen Maines, seaman, fore-arm broken, shoulder-joint, head, and hip contused, since died of wounds, killed; John Harris, Quarter-Gunner, gunshot wound in lower jaw, serious; Thomas Rogers, landsman, contusion of right leg, slight, Henry Johnson, ordinary seaman, splinter-wound, slight; James Sweeney, seaman, splinter-wound, slight; George Rowe, second-class fireman, splinter-wound, slight; Sam Hazard, landsman, splinter-wound, slight.
Total, one killed, seven wounded.
Very respectfully, your obedient servant, B. F. Gibbs, Surgeon. Commander W. E. Le Roy, Commanding U. S. Steam Sloop Ossipee, Mobile Bay.
Report of casualties on the U. S. S. Galena.
United States steamer Galena, Aug. 5, 1864.
sir: I would most respectfully report the following casualty on board this vessel while passing Fort Morgan:
Wounded — James McCafferty, coal-heaver, scalp-wound, with concussi