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he force consisted of 435 officers and men, with three siege guns, and one 12-pounder.
A few days later General Green marched on the strong Federal post at Donaldsonville, with the regiments of W. P. Hardeman, D. W. Shannon and P. T. Herbert, of his brigade, and those of Lane, Stone and Phillips, of Major's, and Semmes' batteryroops were withdrawn with a loss of 40 killed, 114 wounded, and 107 missing, out of about 800 engaged.
After this affair General Green sat down and watched Donaldsonville, while Major with several batteries stopped navigation on the river.
The Federals sent down a large force by transports from Port Hudson, and on July 13th attacked Green and Major, near Donaldsonville.
Major's brigade—Lane's, Stone's, Baylor's and Phillips' regiments—was commanded by Colonel Lane. Lieut.--Col. G. J. Hampton commanded Hardeman's regiment; Lieutenant-Colonel Herbert, Bagby's; Capt. H. A. McPhail, the Fourth, Fifth and Seventh Texas; and Lieut. Henry Angel fought one se