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The Daily Dispatch: April 8, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War. 2 2 Browse Search
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nds of which were distinctly heard in the city, the discharge of heavy guns from Forts Albany and Ellsworth startled the people. It was ascertained that this firing was occasioned by the trial of some recently mounted guns to ascertain their range. The following is given as a complete list of the Federal killed and wounded: Name of the killed. 1. Private Colburn, Company C, Third Vermont Volunteers. 2. Private W. H. Wood, Company D, Nineteenth Indiana Volunteers. 3. Private James Elliott, Company B, Seventy-ninth N. Y. Volunteers. 4. Private Amos Mazerole, Company C, Third Vermont Volunteers. 5. Lieut. B. F. Hancock, CompanyI, Nineteenth Indiana Volunteers. 6. Sergeant Samuel Goodwin; Company I, Nineteenth Indiana Volunteers. 7. Private Oliver Hubbell, Company D, Nineteenth Indiana Volunteers. Names of the wounded. 1. Private M. A. Parker, Company C, Third Vermont Volunteers--wounded in the elbow. 2. Private John Hamilton, Company D, Nineteent