|Burnside's Headquarters, New Berne.|
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1 “I beg to say to the general commanding the army,” he wrote, “that I have endeavored to carry out the very minute instructions given me by him before leaving Annapolis, and thus far events have been singularly coincident with his anticipations.”
2 They reported their loss at 64 killed, 101 wounded, and 413 missing.
3 These were the important town and harbor of New Berne; eight batteries mounting forty-six heavy guns; three batteries of light artillery of six guns each; two steamboats; a number of sailing vessels; wagons, horses, and mules; a large quantity of ammunition and army supplies; the entire camp equipage of the Confederates; and much turpentine, rosin, and cotton,
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