War of the Rebellion: Serial 020 Page 0263 Chapter XXVI. ENGAGEMENT IN CHARLESTON HARBOR, S. C.

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Return of guns and mortars at forts and batteries in Charleston Harboer engaged with Abolition iron-clads April 7, 1861.

Fort or 10-inch 9-inch 7-inch 8-inch 42-

battery columbiad Dahlgrens Brooke columbiad pounders

s . s, rifles

Fort 4 2 2 8 7

Sumter

Fort ... .... .... 9 ...

Moultire

Battery 5 ... ... 1 ...

Bee

Battery ... ... .... 1 ...

Beaurega

rd

Battery 1 1 .... .... ...

at

Cummngs

Point

Battery ... ... .... .... ...

Wagner

Total 10 3 2 19 7

Fort or 32- 32- 10-inch Grand

battery pounders, pounders mortars total

rifles, smooth

Fort 1 13 7 ..

Sumter

Fort 5 5 2 ..

Moultire

Battery .. .. .. ..

Bee

Battery 1 .. .. ..

Beaurega

rd

Battery .. .. .. ..

at

Cummings

Point

Battery 1 .. .. ..

Wagner

Total 8 18 9 76

Return of ammunition expended at forts and batteries in Charleston Harbor in action with Abolition iron-clads April 7, 1863.

Fort or 10- 8-inch 9-inch 32- 10- 8- 7-inch

battery inch columb Dahlgr pounde inch inch Brooke

columb iad en r mort colum

iad. ar biad,

incen

diary

Fort 120 270 54 100 40 .. 86

Sumter

Fort .. 339 .. 243 51 5 ..

Moultri

e

Battery 225 58 .. .. .. .. ..

Bee

Battery .. .. .. .. .. .. ..

Wagner

Battery .. 64 .. .. .. .. ..

Beaureg

ard

Batter 40 ... 26 .. .. .. ..

y

Cumming

s Point

Fort .. .. .. .. 2 .. ..

Johnson

Total 385 731 80 343 93 5 86

Fort or 42- 32- 32- 32- Frictio Pounds

battery pounder pounder pounder pounder n tubes of

shell rifle cannon

bolts powder

used.

Fort 140 21 .. ... 1,047 7,620

Sumter

Fort .. .. 38 192 1,200 7,373

Moultri

e

Battery .. .. .. .. 350 3,940

Bee

Battery .. 22 .. .. 27 132

Wagner

Battery .. 45 7 41 157 1,155

Beaureg

ard

Battery .. .. .. .. 73 860

Cumming

s Point

Fort .. .. .. .. 2 11

Johnson

Total 140 88 45 233 2,858 21,093

Return of causalities at different forts and batteries in Charleston Harbor in action with Abolition iron-clads April 7, 1863.

Wounded.

Fort or Killed Mortally Dangerously Severely

battery

Fort ... ... .... 1

Sumter

Fort ... 1 .... ...

Moultrie

Battery 3 ... .... 2

Wagner

Grand 3 1 ..... 3

total

Fort or Slightly Total Total Remarks.

battery killed wounded

Fort 4 .... 5 By

Sumter splinters

from

traverse

Fort ... .... 1 By fall of

Moultrie flag-staff

Battery 3 3 5 By

Wagner explosion

of

ammunition

chest

Grand 7 3 11

total