ess which ever permitted such a fortress as Port Hudson to be built, when we could at one time havenned mortal ears.
The shells bursting over Port Hudson, mingled with their own firing and that of ow more reckless disregard of death.
But Port Hudson was destined not to be carried this time — it.
New-York herald account.
near Port Hudson, June 17, 1863.
At early dawn on Sunday,t, we commenced another advance movement on Port Hudson, with a force which was thought to be equal line of battle and move toward the town of Port Hudson, where a grand citadel, which forms the lasch from Johnston, who promises to reinforce Port Hudson and capture Banks's entire army, if the pla them is the second unsuccessful assault on Port Hudson, last Sunday, the fourteenth.
Since the fin by the belligerents.
The country about Port Hudson is very uneven, cut by deep ravines, especi.
Colonel Benedict arrived from opposite Port Hudson on the twelfth, and our regiment was transf