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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 14. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Fortification and siege of Port Hudson—Compiled by the Association of defenders of Port Hudson; M. J. Smith, President; James Freret, Secretary. (search)
ant and Chief Engineer; Stork and Jas. Freret, Second Lieutenants, Engineers; Butler, Assistant Engineer. River Batteries—Lieutenant-Colonel Marshall J. Smith commanding right wing in front of the village of Port Hudson. I.—One 30-pound Parrott, one 12-pound brass-rifled (removed), First Alabama regiment, Captain J. F. Whitfield. II.—One 42-smooth, two 24-rifled siege, First Alabama regiment, Captain J. D. Meadows. III.—One 42-smooth, one 32-rifled, First Alabama regiment, Captain R. H. Riley. IV.—One 8-inch Columbiad, one 10-inch Columbiad, Twelfth Louisiana battalion artillery, Captain Seawell. V.—One 10-inch Columbiad, one 42-smooth, one 32-smooth, First Alabama, Captain D. W. Ramsey. VI.—Two 24-pound rifled, 12th Louisiana battalion, Captain Kean. Vii—Two 24-pound smooth and hot shot, First Tennessee battalion, Captain Waller; moved to land lines at Clinton road, Captain Lahey. Left Wing—Lieutenant-Colonel de Gournay commanding. Viii—Two