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guns; Lafayette, 9 guns; Neosho, 3 guns; Ozark, 2 guns; Eastport, 9 guns, Choctaw, 8 guns; Osage, 3 guns; Chillicothe, 4 guns; Louisville, 14 guns; Carondeter, 14 guns; Benton, 18 guns; Pittsburg, 14 guns; Gazelle, 8 guns; Mound City, 14 guns; General Price, 4 guns; Lexington, 8 guns; , 3 guns; Black Hawk, 13 guns — in all 160 guns.
Of these the Osage and Ozark are turreted vessels, and the Lafayette, Eastport, Choctaw, Chillicothe, Benton, Caroadelet, Louisville, Pittsburg, Mound City and Essex are iron-clads.
The Lexington is one of the three wooden boats which were put in commission on the Mississippi.
The Ouachita and Black Hawk are formidable wooden vessels, partially plated; the balance are denominated iron clads.
The Autocrat, Maine, Battle, Diana, and hospital boot Woolford, of the marine brigade, accompany the expedition; also fifteen transports.
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