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Fort Donelson, Wilderness, Aries, Buckingham, Nansemond, Little Ada, Eolus, and Republic, the two last being despatch boats, twelve vessels. The lines above form a total of forty-eight vessels, the ironclads, not yet mentioned, being five in number. The reader will bear in mind the very effective broadside battery of the Ironsides (seven Xi-inch shell-guns and one Viii-inch rifle), and that the Monadnock with her two turrets was equivalent in force to two monitors such as the Canonicus, Saugus, and Mahopac, of more recent construction than the Passaic class, and possessed more power of resistance to projectiles. The fleet, accompanied by numerous army transports, anchored during the night some twelve miles east of Fisher. In the morning, the Ironsides and her consorts proceeded at once to get under way toward Fort Fisher, and following in on their former range lines anchored as near that work as the depth of water would permit. This brought the Ironsides within one thousand
inch shell guns144 AlabamaLangthorne2 30-pdrs., rifledNot given.000 1 Ix-inch shell guns 6 32 pdrs. MontgomeryDunn1 30-pdr., rifled192240 1 X-inch shell gun158 4 Viii-inch shell guns230 IoscoGuest2 100-pdrs., rifled2002120 4 Ix-inch shell guns358 Armor-plated vessels. New IronsidesRadford2 150-pdrs., rifled971000 2 60-pdrs., rifled 14 Xi-in. shell guns. MonadnockParrott4 Xv-inch shell guns.441000 CanonicusBelknap2 Xv-inch shell guns.297030 MahopacWeaver2 Xv-inch shell guns.153000 SaugusCalhoun2 Xv-inch shell guns.212010 Malvern (flag-ship)310 Vessels in reserve line not given. The total of killed is 74 ; wounded, 289; missing, 20. The total of shells thrown from the vessels, from which returns are in the Department, 18,716. The Brooklyn and Susquehanna probably threw 2,000, and ten smaller vessels 1,000, making a probable total of 21,716 during the second bombardment. The number of shells thrown during the first bombardment was probably about 15,000.
rendered to Captain Rodgers, 55 et seq., 59 et seq. St. Louis, the, U. S. sloop, 6 St. Mary's, Ga., 53 Sampson, Lieutenant William T., 155 Sanborn, Ensign, 149 San Jacinto, the, U. S. steamer, 7 Santiago de Cuba, the, U. S. vessel, 218, 225, 228 Seneca, the, U. S. vessel, 16, 19 et seq., 23, 25, 29, 33, 35, 38 et seq., 43 et seq., 50, 69 et seq., 84, 89, 128, 217, 228, 242 Saratoga, the, U. S. sloop, 150 Sassacus, the, 204, 207 et seq., 218, 228, 242 et seq. Saugus, the, 229 Savannah. 11; menaced, 47 et seq., 88, 153 et seq. Schimmelfenning, General, 149 Schofield, General, 242 Scott, Lieutenant--Commanding, 129 Scroggs, Lieutenant, 185, 192 Sea Bird, the, Confederate ship, 184 et seq. Selfridge, Commander, 233 Seminole, the, U. S. steamer, 7, 21, 28 et seq., 49 Semmes, Lieutenant-Commanding A. A., 64 Seymour, the, 181, 183, 205 Sharpe, Lieutenant, 170 Shawmut, the, 242 Shawsheen the, 177, 181, 183, 186, 194, 196