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been equalled in modern battle. The rebels had fallen back, but it was only to rally. Fort Fisher was not captured because the parapet was reached. Whiting and Lamb brought up their men, encouraging and cheering them to heroic efforts. The huge traverses were used for breastworks, and over their tops the contending parties fiery Buchanan, whither many of the garrison had fled, and here all who had not previously been captured were made prisoners, including Major-General Whiting and Colonel Lamb, the commandant of the fort, both severely wounded. Valuable material for the account of this assault has been obtained from a paper entitled Capture of Forcret to a national officer. The blockaderun-nears anchored off the fort, and their commanders came ashore to deliver their papers, but, instead of handing them to Lamb, were obliged to give them up to Terry. Two valuable cargoes and two of the fastest-sailing vessels in these waters thus fell into the national hands. Several Br
y, neutrality of, i., 11; strategical situation in, 22. Kershaw, General, in Valley of Virginia, III., 84; at battle of Cedar creek, 93, 94, 96, 97; returns to Lee, 101; captured at battle of Sailor's creek, 577. Kilpatrick, General, Judson, sent south of Atlanta, II. 544; in command of cavalry in Sherman's army, III., 283; in march to sea, 288, 289, 293; in campaign through Carolinas, 373. Kingston taken by Sherman, II., 535. Knoxville, danger of, i., 531; siege of, 534-543. Lamb, Colonel, commandant of Fort Fisher, III., 341, 343. Lauman, General J. G., at siege of Vicksburg, i., 352. Lawler, General M. K., at Black river bridge, i., 277. Ledlie, General James H., before Petersburg, July 30, 1864, II., 477. Lee, Admiral, guarding James river, II., 351; in command of gunboat fleet at West, III., 65. Lee, General Robert E. in command of army of Northern Virginia, II., 5; battle of the Wilderness, 101-134; at Spottsylvania, 134-209; movement to the North Anna