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The Daily Dispatch: August 16, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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ed; and eight wounded. Fort Gaines, August 5.--The following are the casualties at this post up to 12 o'clock, noon: Pelham Cadets, Company A--Wounded: H. Hamilton, slightly. Company B--Killed: J. L. Williams, Wounded: W. McVoy, slightly. First Alabama Battalion of Artillery--Wounded: J. Adams, severely. Culpeper's Artillery — Wounded: A. J. Ostvon, slightly. Twenty-first Alabama, Company G--Killed: P. T. Stout. Lockhart's Battalion, Company H--Wounded: T. J. Johnston, slightly. Company I--Wounded: J. Scarborough, slightly;--Pierce, slightly. Marines, Company--.Killed: R. Lewis. Recapitulation — Killed, 3; wounded slightly, 6; severely 1. Total casualties, 10. The capacity of Fort Morgan for Resistance. The Advertiser, speaking of the chances for Fort Morgan holding out, says: Farragut may mean to open the batteries of his twenty ships on Fort Morgan and attempt to reduce it by fire. A similar attempt on little Fort Powe