ally twenty-seven guns, but when the rebels evacuated it they carried away eighteen guns to Savannah.
There were four thirty-two-pounders and one rifled gun in a masked battery near the wharf at Fernandina.
The gun-carriages were burned and the guns spiked.
There was also a battery on Cumberland Island, but the guns were removed.
The rebel forces consisted of the Fourth Florida, Colonel Hopkins; one company Third regiment, Colonel Dilworth; one company cavalry — the Marion dragoons--Capt. Owens; one battalion of artillery, six companies, Col. McBlair, garrisoning Fort Clinch and batteries, and one company light artillery, Capt. Martin. Colonel Dilworth commanded the Fort.
The Twenty-fourth Mississippi, Colonel Dodd, were stationed on the railroad, about nine miles from Fernandina; the whole under command of Gen. Trappier.
The entire force did not number two thousand men, a great number of whom were not effective.
They were dying from eight to ten daily.
The diseases were pri
th, and five others slightly wounded.
Co. C--Ord. Sergeant A. C. Danforth, E. G. Sackett, killed; O. H. Worcester, W. Coleman, Stephen Kellogg, Jno. Gardner, F. M. Palmer, F. A. Warner, Daniel Kingsberry, Richard Winsor, wounded.
Co. D--Corp. A. C. Griswold, Reuben Burnham, Louis Carver, killed.
Co. E--Corp. Geo. Blandin, John Milliman, John Atwater, Geo. Anness, wounded.
Co. F--Elias Hall, killed;.Capt. A. C. Burgess, Corporal Benjamin Gridley, Fred. Bethel, Chas. W. Minnick, Moses Owens, Arba Pritchell, Edward Thompson, Edward E. Tracy, wounded; Anson Pritchard, missing.
Co. G--John Fram, killed; Sergeant E. M. Lazonny, wounded.
Co. H--Fred Groth, killed; Capt. J. F. Asper, wounded; A. A. Cavanaha, wounded; S. Bishop, wounded; Owen Gregory, wounded; James Hunt, wounded; W. McClurg, wounded; H. M. McQuiston, wounded; D. O'Connor, wounded; P. Tenny, wounded; Archibald Wise, missing.
Co. I--James Bliss, killed; Lieut. Samuel McClelland, wounded; Sergeant A. J. Kell