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36 Passaic11910790359134 Nahant1702766936 105 Patapsco17823096471144 Weehawken26463313453 187 Nantucket441555351 104 Ironsides 4,439164  164 Total,1,2556,771882256561,194  No. of shots fired.Weight of proj. fired, in tons. By Ironsides4,439288 1/2 11-inch, by Monitors2,332151 1/2 15-inch, by Monitors1,255213 1/2   Total8,026653 1/2 Of the eight monitors, one was always absent at Warsaw (Nahant or Nantucket) to blockade the rebel ram. The Lehigh did not arrive until August thirtieth, therefore was only able to participate in the operations of the remaining seven days, but did good work. For some time only five monitors were available for general attack, and then six, which was the greatest number disposable at any one time. The consequences of the protracted firing and hard usage to which the monitors were exposed during these two months of incessant service, were unavoidably very considerable in the aggregate; and the greater, also, that all repair which co
ents. Report of Major-General Van Dorn. see rebellion record, vol. 5, page 488--documents. headquarters army of West Tennessee Holly Springs, Miss., Oct. 20, 1862. General: I have the honor to make the following report of the battle of Corinth: Having established batteries at Port Hudson, secured the mouth of Red River and the navigation of the Mississippi River to Vicksburg, I turned my especial attention to affairs in the northern portion of my district. On the thirtieth day of August I received a despatch from General Bragg, informing me that he was about to march into Kentucky, and would leave to General Price and myself the enemy in West Tennessee. On the fourth day of September I received a communication from General Price, in which was enclosed a copy of the despatch from General Bragg above named, making an offer to co-operate with me. At this time General Breckinridge was operating on the Mississippi River, between Baton Rouge and Port Hudson, with all th