Philadelphians were in the majority; Bostonians came next, with a sprinkling from other cities, and just enough men-o-war's men to leaven the lump with naval discipline.
The De Kalb had more than its share of men-o‘--war's men, Lieutenant-Commander Leonard Paulding having had the first choice of a full crew, and having secured all the frigate Sabine's reinlisted men who had been sent West.
During the spring and summer of 1861, Commander John Rodgers purchased, and
Wharf-boat at Cairo.
rifled army 42-pounders, 1 12-pounder boat-howitzer; Essex, Commander W. D. Porter: 1 32-pounder, 3 11-inch, 1 10-inch, 1 12-pounder boat-howitzer; Carondelet, Commander H. Walke (same armament as the Cincinnati); St. Louis, Lieut.-Commanding L. Paulding: 7 32-pounders, 2 8-inch, 4 rifled 42-pounders, 1 rifled boat-howitzer.
Second Division: Lieut. S. L. Phelps, commanding: Conestoga, Lieut.-Commanding S. L. Phelps: 4 32-pounders; Tyler, Lieut.-Commanding William Gwin: 1 32-pounder, 6 8-inch;
Kelly; 1st U. S. Infantry (6 cos.), Capt. George A. Williams.
Loss of latter regiment: k, 2; w, 5; m, 1--8.
flotilla Brigade, Col. Napoleon B. Buford: 27th Ill., Lieut.-Col. F. A. Harrington; 42d Ill., Col. George W. Roberts; 15th Wis., Col. Hans C. Heg; G, 1st Ill. Artillery, Capt. Arthur O'Leary; G, 2d. Ill. Artillery, Capt. Frederick Sparrestrom.
Union naval forces at Island number10. Flag-Officer A. H. Foote: Benton (flag-ship), Lieut.-Comr. S. L. Phelps; St. Louis, Lieut.-Comr. Leonard Paulding Cincinnati, Comr. R. N. Stembel; Pittsburgh, Lieut.-Comr. Egbert Thompson; Mound City, Comr. A. H. Kilty; Carondelet, Comr. Henry Walke; Eleven Mortar-boats, Capt. Henry E. Maynadier.
The total Union loss (including 2 killed and 13 wounded on the St. Louis, by the bursting of a gun March 17) was 17 killed, 34 wounded, and 3 captured or missing.
Confederate army at Island number10.
（1) Major-Gen. John P. McCown; (2) Brig.-Gen. W. W. Mackall. Subordinate General Officers: