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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 14. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Fortification and siege of Port Hudson—Compiled by the Association of defenders of Port Hudson; M. J. Smith, President; James Freret, Secretary. (search)
ix companies of my regiment and the artillery already mentioned, without the loss or wounding of a single man. The following extracts of this assault are from Victor's History Southern Rebellion, page 85, Vol. IV, Banks's reports of negro troops. On the extreme right of our line, I posted the First and Second regiments of T. W. Sherman. Effective Force—Banks's Report, pages 128 and 146—13,000 on May 27; March 14th, 12,000; J. Franklin Fitts (in June Day, &c.), about 20,000; Orville Victor, about 18,000—about three times the besieged. Federal loss. Banks, page 146, May 27—Killed, 293; wounded, 1,549; missing, about 300—total, 2, 142. Ju128 and 146—13,000 on May 27; March 14th, 12,000; J. Franklin Fitts (in June Day, &c.), about 20,000; Orville Victor, about 18,000—about three times the besieged. Federal loss. Banks, page 146, May 27—Killed, 293; wounded, 1,549; missing, about 300—total, 2, 142. June 14—No correct report—Orville Victor