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The Daily Dispatch: June 10, 1864., [Electronic resource], Capture of the U. S. Steamer Water Witch. (search)
Deauliere gives a list of the losses in the expedition: I deeply regret to state that Lieut Pelot, W. R. Jones, Jas Stapleton, ordinary seamen; --Crosby, landsman; Patrick Lottle, quarter gunner, and Moses, colored pilot of the expedition, were killed, the first named shot through the heart. Midshipman Minor, Lieut B. Price, boatswain Seymour, surgeon's steward Harley, G. R. Rice, J Burnett, A McDonald, E. J. Murphy, E. Lee. A William, T. King, and — Champton, were wounded. The following named officers and men belonging to the captured steamer were killed: J Sells and J. Sills, said negroes, and the following wounded: Lieut Commanding A Pendergrast, Acting Assistant Paymaster Sillings, Ensign J. Hill, Ensign A. D. Store, U. P. Wesson, H. R. Marphy, C. W. Buck, Henry Williams, John Parker,--Hazleton, J. Smith, and Wm Dickson, negro. The bodies of the slain and the wounded were brought to this post, and, together with the prisoners, forwarded to headquarters.