ett, Lieut. Israel P. Rumsey; H, 1st Ill., Capt. Levi W. Hart; 8th Ohio, Capt. James F. Putnam.
Artillery loss: Vicksburg, assault May 19th, w, 2; assault May 22d, k, 2. Cavalry: A and B, Thielemann's (Ill.) Battalion, Capt. Milo Thielemann; C, 10th Mo., Capt. D. W. Ballou, Lieut. Ben. Joel.
Third division, Brig.-Gen. James M. Tuttle.
First Brigade, Brig.-Gen. Ralph P. Buckland, Col. William L. McMillen: 114th Ill., Col. James W. Judy; 93d Ind., Col. De Witt C. Thomas; 72d Ohio, Lieut.-Col..
Vicksburg, assault May 22d, k, 36; w, 176; m, 2=214. Second Brigade, Col. Samuel A. Holmes, Col. Green B. Raum: 56th Ill., Col. Green B. Raum, Capt. Pinckney J. Welsh; 17th Iowa, Col. David B. Hillis, Col. Clark R. Wever, Maj. John F. Walden; 10th Mo., Lieut.-Col. Leonidas Homey (k), Maj. Francis C. Deimling; E, 24th Mo., Lieut. Daniel Driscoll; 80th Ohio, Col. Matthias H. Bartilson, Maj. Pren. Metham.
Brigade loss: Jackson, k, 30; w, 182; m1, 3 = 215. Champion's Hill, k, 12; w, 87; mu, 4 =
dge, and broke up a Confederate camp.
Raids in the passes resulted in the capture of the steamer Dan and the schooner Velocity, which were left with the Rachel Seaman to maintain the blockade.
The third and most important expedition, under Commander W. B. Renshaw, composed of the ferry-boats Westfield and Clifton, the latter under Lieutenant-Commander R. L. Law; the Harriet Lane, Commander J. M. Wainwright, and the Owasco, Lieutenant-Commander John Guest, took possession of Galveston in October without a conflict.
Colonel Burrell, with only 260 men, was sent — to hold the town.
The flotilla, which carried a heavy armament, was disposed about the harbor and bay, and held the town for two months, but without proper precautions against attack.
At daybreak on the 1st of January, 1863, General Magruder, commanding the Confederate forces in Texas, made a vigorous attack on the city.
The bridge by which alone troops could march to the town, and which might easily have been destroye