killed in the fort after surrendering.
The loss of the enemy is not known, but is believed to be heavy.
We captured about twenty officers and a little over five hundred men.
Brigadier-General William Terry, of Gordon's division, was severely wounded in the thigh; Captain C. D. Burkes, of company B, Sixtieth Georgia regiment, was badly wounded — supposed mortally — and fell into the hands of the enemy; Adjutant Clayton, Twelfth Georgia battalion light artillery, was killed; private Isham Morris, company A, Twenty- first Virginia regiment, killed; Sergeant Henry Fuqua, company C, Forty-second Virginia regiment, killed; Sergeant — Shanks, company B, Forty-second Virginia regiment, severely wounded through shoulder; Sergeant R. T. Whitehead, company I, Forty-second Virginia regiment, severe flesh wound in thigh.
Gordon's division suffered more than any other.
It made the first assault, and the works taken were carried by the division sharpshooters.
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