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d up the river out of range of the guns at the fort, we having fired the first and last gun. Our flag waved gloriously throughout the engagement; not a man was killed in the fort, and only three wounded, vix: Capt. Thomas E. Branch, Capt. of White's Artillery, from Dinwiddie county; Privates Henry P. Peterson, R. A. Wilkinson, of the same company. Capt Branch was badly wounded in the right thigh, the others only slightly in the face — all from the same shell, which bursted in the fort. VCaptain of the fort,) during the entire engagement of three hours and a half, was as cool and collected as if only performing the daily practising of his guns on the fort, also, Captain J. H. Aikin, of the Varina Artillery, and Captain Branch, of White's Artillery, and their respective officers, (all their names I did not learn;) nor can too much praise be given to the men in each company, obeying every order from their officers bravely and cheerfully, as if they had faced an hundred battles in