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[342] Screw Sloops: Brooklyn, Juniata, Mohican, Shenandoah, Ticonderoga, Tuscarora; Screw Gun-Vessels: Kansas, Maumee, Nyack, Pequot, Yantic; Screw Gun-Boats: Chippewa, Huron, Seneca, Unadilla; Double-Enders: Iosco, Mackinaw, Maratanza, Osceola, Pawtuxet, Pontoosuc, Sassacus, Tacony; Miscellaneous Vessels: Fort Jackson, Monticello, Nereus, Quaker City, Rhode Island, Santiago de Cuba, Vanderbilt; Powder Vessel: Louisiana; Reserve: A. D. Vance,Alabama, Britannia, Cherokee, Emma, Gettysburg, Governor Buckingham, Howquah, Keystone State, Lilian, Little Ada, Moccasin, Nansemond, Tristram Shandy, Wilderness.

Confed., North Carolina troops in garrison, commanded by Col. William Lamb, Gen. Hoke's Division outside.


Losses:

Union, 8 killed, 38 wounded;

Confed., 3 killed, 55 wounded, 280 prisoners.


December 28, 1864: Egypt Station, Miss.

Union, 4th and 11th Ill. Cav., 7th Ind., 4th and 10th Mo., 2d Wis., 2d N. J., 1st Miss. and 3d U. S. Colored Cav.;

Confed., troops of Gen. Gardner's army under Gen. Gholson.


Losses:

Union, 23 killed, 88 wounded;

Confed., 500 captured;

Confed., Brig.-Gen. Gholson killed.

January, 1865.


January 11, 1865: Beverly, W. Va.

Union, 34th Ohio and 8th Ohio Cav.;

Confed., Gen. Breckinridge's command.


Losses:

Union, 5 killed, 20 wounded, 583 missing;

Confed. No record found.


January 12-15, 1865: Fort Fisher, N. C.

Union, Portions of Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth Corps and Admiral Porter's fleet; Same ships as Dec. 25th above, with the exception that the ships Nyack, Keystone State, and Quaker City were not present and the ships Montgomery, Cuyler, Aries, Eolus, Fort Donelson, and Republic had been added to the fleet;

Confed., Same as Dec. 25th above.


Losses:

Union, 184 killed, 749 wounded;

Confed., 400 killed and wounded, 2083 captured.


January 25, 1865 to Feb. 9, 1865: Combahee River and River's bridge, Salkahatchie, S. C.

Union, Fifteenth and Seventeenth Corps;

Confed., Wade Hampton's Cav.


Losses:

Union, 138 killed and wounded;

Confed. No record found.

February, 1865.


February 5-7, 1865: Dabney's Mills, Hatcher's Run, Va.

Union, Fifth Corps and First Division Sixth Corps and Gregg's Cav.;

Confed., troops of Gen. A. P. Hill's and Gen. J. B. Gordon's Corps.


Losses:

Union, 171 killed, 1181 wounded, 186 missing;

Confed., 1200 killed and wounded;

Confed., Gen. Pegram killed.


February 8-14, 1865: Williston, Blackville, and Aiken, S. C.

Union, Kilpatrick's Cav.;

Confed., Wheeler's Cav.


Losses:

Union No record found..

Confed., 240 killed and wounded, 100 missing.


February 10, 1865: James Island, S. C.

Union, Maj.-Gen. Gillmore's command;

Confed., troops of Gen. Hardee's command.


Losses:

Union, 20 killed, 76 wounded;

Confed., 20 killed, and 70 wounded.


February 11, 1865: sugar Loaf Battery, Federal Point, N. C.

Union, Portions of Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth Corps;

Confed., Gen. Hoke's command.


Losses:

Union, 14 killed, 114 wounded.

Confed. No record found.


February 16-17, 1865: Columbia, S. C.

Union, Fifteenth Corps, Army of the Tennessee, commanded by Major-General John A. Logan;

Confed., troops of Gen. Beauregard's command.


Losses:

Union, 20 killed and wounded;

Confed. No record found.


February 18-22, 1865: Fort Anderson, town Creek, and Wilmington, N. C.

Union, Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth Corps, and Porter's gunboats;

Confed., Gen. Hoke's command.


Losses:

Union, 40 killed, 204 wounded;

Confed., 70 killed, 400 wounded, 375 missing.


February 22, 1865: Douglas Landing, Pine Bluff, Ark.

Union, 13th Ill. Cav.;

Confed., troops of Gen. Kirby Smith's command.


Losses:

Union, 40 killed and wounded;

Confed., 26 killed and wounded.


February 27, 1865 to march 25: Cavalry raid in Virginia.

Union, First and Third divisions of Sheridan's Cav.;

Confed., Gen. Jubal Early's command.


Losses:

Union, 35 killed and wounded;

Confed., 1667 prisoners.

March, 1865.


March 2, 1865: Waynesboro, Va.

Union, Sheridan's Cavalry Corps.

Confed., Maj.-Gen. Jubal Early's command, Rosser's Cav.


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