h columbiads, which did not open fire.
Next in order was Wheet's battery, consisting of two ten-inch columbiads and three thirty-twos; Church's battery, with one ten-inch and two smaller guns.
There was a ten-inch columbiad mounted on a point in the Navy-Yard, and batteries of unknown number and strength lined the shore from the yard to Pensacola.
At the mouth of Big Bayou there were two ten-inch and several smaller guns mounted.
Nearly all the heavy guns used here were transported from Norfolk, after the seizure of that place by the rebels.
Mobile Register account.
Pensacola, May 10, 1862.
The scenes of last night closed the long campaign of Pensacola — of its history you are sufficiently familiar.
The order for the destruction of the Warrington Navy-Yard, and all public property at that place and Pensacola that could not be moved, was successfully carried into execution at the Yard and Pensacola.
About half-past 11 o'clock, the signal being given by Brig.-Gen. Tho