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Daniel Ammen, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 7.2, The Atlantic Coast (ed. Clement Anselm Evans), Chapter 7: operations against Charleston. (search)
e monitors inside the bar. An attack was made on our forces in the Stono the previous day, which had been repulsed. The Pawnee had been struck forty-two times. On July 19th he states that the previous day a combined attack had been made by the troops under General Gillmore and the vessels under his command. At 11.30 A. M. the admiral led on board of the Montauk, Commander Fairfax, followed by the Ironsides, Captain S. C. Rowan; the Catskill, Commander G. W. Rodgers; the Nantucket, Commander Beaumont; the Weehawken, Commander Colhoun; and the Patapsco, Lieutenant-Commander Badger. At 12.30 the Montauk anchored abreast of Fort Wagner and fired the first gun, the other vessels following. The tide ebbing, the pilot was averse to going nearer. The distance to the fort was about twelve hundred yards. The gunboats Paul Jones, Commander A. C. Rhind; Ottawa, Lieutenant-Commander W. D. Whiting; Seneca, Lieutenant-Commander Wm. Gibson; Chippewa, Lieutenant-Commander T. C. Harris; and Wiss
on2 150-pdrs. rifled2153158 12 Ix-inch shell guns643 PowhatanSchenck3 100. pdr., rifledNot given.3197 1 Xl-inch shell gun 14 Ix-inch shell guns JuniataPhelps1 100. pdr., rifled5100 2 30-pdrs.. rifled238 6 Viii-inch shell guns.765 ShenandoahRidgley1 150-pdr., rifled605 1 30-pdr., rifled30 2 Xi-inch, rifled287 TiconderogaSteedman1 30-pdr., rifled29160 12 Ix-inch shell guns.523 VanderbiltPickering2 100-pdrs. rifled18000 2 30-pdrs., rifled65 12 Ix-inch shell, guns.87 MackinawBeaumont1 Xi-inch shell gun190020 6 Ix-inch shell guns749 TuscaroraPrailey1 100-pdr., rifled533120 2 30-pdrs., rifled47 6 Viii-inch shell guns.114 Line no. 3. Santiago de Cuba.Glisson1 30-pdr., rifled68190 2 30-pdrs., rifled25 5 32-pdr. shell guns106 Fort JacksonSands1 100-pdr., rifledNot given.1100 2 30-pdrs., rifled 8 Ix-inch shell guns. OsceolaClitz1 100-pdr rifled175000 1 Xi-inch shell gun105 4 Ix-inch shell guns38 SassacusDavis2 100-pdrs., rifled145000 2 20-pdrs., rif
29, 145 Bankhead, Lieutenant-Commanding John P., 21 Barnard, Captain, Ephraim, 25 Barnes, Lieutenant, report of, on capture of Forts Walker and Beauregard, 31 et seq., 85 Barrett, Captain, 201 Barron, Samuel, 169 Barstow, Lieutenant N. S., 178 Barton, Colonel, 72 Batteries: Read's, 26; Sigel's, 62 Baury, Lieutenant, 237 Bay Point, 27 et seq. Bazley, the U. S. tug, 214 Beaufort, S. C., desertion of, 33 et seq., 42 et seq., 153 Beaufort, the, 184 Beaumont, Commander, 128 Beauregard, General G. T., proclamation of, concerning blockade at Charleston, 78 et seq., 137 Beauregard, Fort, see Fort Beauregard Bedell, Lieutenant, 63 Behm, Lieutenant C. F. W., 177, 189 Belknap, Colonel, of Eighty-fifth New York, 197 Belknap, Lieutenant-Commander George E., 100, 156 Belle, the, U. S. tug, 214 Belvidere, the, it. S. transport, 18, 33, 49 Benjamin, J. P., 16 (note) Berry, Captain, 25 Bertwistle, Ensign, 237 Bienville, the, U.