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with the 85th New York, 101st and 103d Penn., 16th Conn., and 6 companies from other regiments — in all 2,400 men. It was a fairly fortified position; while the gunboats Southfield, Miami, and Bombshell, were anchored in the river opposite. Gen. R. F. Hoke, with three infantry brigades, a regiment of cavalry, and 7 batteries — in all, at least 7,000 men — advanced against it so stealthily that he was within two miles April 17. before Wessells was apprised of his danger. The mailed ram Albemarle, coming down the Roanoke, took part in the attack. Fort Warren, our up-river outpost, was first assailed; and our gunboat Bombshell, going to its assistance, was disabled by the fire of the Rebel artillery. While the fight here was still in progress, Hoke opened on Fort Wessells, a mile farther down, which was repeatedly charged in immense force; but every assault was repulsed with great slaughter. At length, however, this fort was so completely and closely surrounded by the enemy's i<
onstrates against the building of Southern war cruisers in England, 643. Adams, J. Q., on the Slave-Trade, 233-235. Adams, Gen. John, wounded at Stone River, 276; killed at Franklin, Tenn., 683. Adjutant-General's office, order from, discharging prisoners, 758. Alabama, expeditions into, 53, 72; rout of Gen. Bragg, 213; Rosecrans in command of, 222; the repossession of, 716; Wilson's raid through, 716. Alabama, steamer, details of her fight with the Kearsarge, 646 to 648. Albemarle, ram, destruction of the, 535. Alice Dean, steamboat, burned by Morgan, 405. Allatoona Pass, occupied by Sherman, 628; defended by Gen. Corse, 639. Allen, Col. H. W., covers Rebel retreat from Shiloh, 70. Anderson, Brig.-Gen. G. T., wounded at Glendale, 163; present at Malvern Hill, 165; guards the pass at South Mountain, 196; killed at Antietam, 210. Anderson, C., surrenders Fort Gaines, 653. Anderson, Gen., killed at Williamsburg, 126. Andrew, Gov., raises Black regi