er B. G. Parrott8 32-pounders.
PenguinLieut.-Com'g T. A. Budd4 32-pounders.
CurlewLt.-Com'g P. G. Watmough6 32-pounders, 1 30-pounder rifle.
R. B. ForbesLt.-Com'g H. S. Newcomb2 32-pounders.
II.—ironclad attack on Fortifications of Charleston Harbor, April 7, 1863.
Table compiled from official reports.
Name of vessel.Kind and calibre of armament.Projectiles fired.Nearest approach to Sumter or Moultrie.Times hit.Remarks.
New Ironsides2 150-pdr.
rifles11,000 yardwhich drifted to within 900 yards of Sumter.
Engineer Echols reports nearest approach of monitors, 900 yards ; of Ironsides to Moultrie, 1,700 yards, and to Sumter, 2,000 yards.
Iii—return of guns and mortars at forts and batteries in Charleston Harbor engaged with the ironclads, April 1, 1863, together with return of ammunition expended, and statement of casualties.
Fort or Battery.X-in.
Goldsborough, Rear-Admiral L. M., 176 et seq.. 182
Governor, the, U. S. steamer, 14, 17
Granite, the, 177
Grant, General U. S., 215, 227
Graves, Master G. W., 177, 189
Great Britain, opinions there on the destruction of Charleston Harbor, 41 et seq.; statement purported from her consul at Charleston, 78 et seq.; English steamers attempt blockade-running, 146; blockade-runner taken, 146
Green, Mate, 237
Gregory. Rear-Admiral, 110, 122
Griffin. Colonel, 199
Guss, nited States, Second Artillery of, 165
United States Navy, position of ships at opening of war, 6; compared with that of Confederacy, 9; demonstration in Wassaw Sound, 46 et seq.; force in St. Andrew's Inlet, 48 et seq.; disaster to, in Charleston Harbor, 75 et seq., 100 et seq.
Upshur, Lieutenant, 43
Urann, Master, 63
Valley City, the, 177, 181, 183 et seq., 189, 191, 213 et seq.
Van Alstine, C. J., 81
Captain G. I., 165
Vance, the, 228