XI.—List of Ordnance left on Morris Island on the night of its evacuation, September 6, 1863.
Battery Wagner.Two X-inch Columbiads (1 dismounted and broken, 1 serviceable); 1 X-inch mortar, serviceable; 2 Viii-inch shell guns (1 serviceable, 1 injured by shell and carriage disabled); 2 Viii-inch siege howitzers fl dismounted and broken to pieces) ; 1 Viii-inch S. C. howitzer, serviceable ; 2 32-pounder smooth-bores, serviceable ; 1 42-pounder carronade, serviceable; 1 Viii-inch siege mortar, brass, spiked with friction tube two days before evacuation; 3 32-pounder carronades, serviceable; 2 12-pounder howitzers, serviceable. Total, 17.
Battery Gregg.Two X-inch Columbiads (1 carriage injured and the other serviceable) ; 1 Ix-inch Dahlgren, serviceable; 1 X-inch S. C. mortar, serviceable; 2 12-pounder howitzers, serviceable. Total, 6.
Xii.—vessels engaged in the second bombardment of Fort fisher ; their armament, ammunition expended, and casualties in action, January 14 and 15, 1865, Rear-Admiral D. D. Porter, U. S. Navy, commanding fleet.
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|Names of vessels.||Commanders.||Batteries.||Shell exploded.||Killed.||Wounded.||Missing.|
|Brooklyn||Alden||2 100-pdrs., rifled||Not given.||2||12||0|
|2 60-pdrs., rifled|
|20 Ix-in. shell guns.|
|Mohican||Ammen||1 100-pdr, rifled||12||0||0|
|2 30-pdrs, rifled||17|
|6 Ix-in. shell guns||419|
|Kansas||Watmough||1 100-pdr., rifled||0||1||0|
|1 30-pdr., rifled||91|
|2 Ix-in. shell guns||394|
|Yantic||Karris||1 100-pdr., rifled||2||2||0|
|1 30-pdr., rifled||23|
|2 Ix-in. shell guns||202|
|Unadilla||Ramsay||1 Xi-inch shell gun.||358||0||0||0|
|1 20-pdr., rifled||45|
|Huron||Self ridge||l Xi-inch shell gun||300||0||5||0|
|1 30-pdr., rifled|
|Maumee||Chandler||1 100-pdr , rifled||117||0||0||0|
|1 30-pdr , rifled||14|
|Pequot||Braine||1 150-pdr., rifled||146||3||5||0|
|1 30-pdr., rifled||33|