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List of Guns captured at Fort De Russy water-battery.--One thirty-two pounder, thirty-three hundred weight, F. P. F., No. 227, navy, in barbette, J. S. C. Proven 1847. One thirty-one pounder, thirty-three hundred weight, F. P. F., No. 226, navy, in barbette, J. S. C. Proven 1847. Two nine-inch Dahlgren guns. No marks could be discovered on these guns, but they bore all the evidence of having been in service in the navy, the remains of gun-blacking being on them. Both lugs were cut for locks with the usual composition; piece fitted in to spare lug. One thirty-two pounder, sixty hundred weight, 1827, navy gun. One thirty-two pounder United States rifled, marked W. J. W., No. 289. This gun is an old army thirty-two pounder, rifled, with band shrunk on the breech. Two twenty-four pounder siege-guns, two sixpounder field-pieces, in hill battery.
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