War of the Rebellion: Serial 046 Page 0449 Chapter XL. OPERATIONS ON MORRIS ISLAND, S.C.

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[Inclosure Numbers 1.] Report of shots fired from Fort Wagner.

Spherical case, 99; canister 53-12-pounder howitzer.

Shell, 27; canister, 1; grape, 1-32-pounder smooth-bore.

Shell, 20-32-pounder smooth-bore.

[Inclosure Numbers 2.] Report of effective strength of command.

Command. Commiss Non- Privates Total.

ioned commissi

officer oned

s. officers

.

32nd Georgia, 20 50 375 445

Lieutenant-Colonel

[W. H.] Pruden.

23rd Georgia, Major 28 67 220 315

Ballenger

20th South Carolina, 21 31 230 282

Lieutenant-Colonel

Dantzler

8th North Carolina, 23 44 220 287

Major Yellowley

Total 92 192 1,045 1,329

Chatham Artillery, 1 5 25 31

Lieutenant Askew

Company F, 2nd South 2 4 60 66

Carolina Artillery

Captain Legare

Captain [S. Porcher] 2 5 48 55

Smith's company of

artillery

Total 5 14 133 152

Couriers, Sergeant - 1 9 10

Huger

Sharpshooters, 1 2 15 18

Lieutenant [W. D.]

Woodbery

Total 1 3 24 28

Grand total 98 219 1,202 1,519

[Inclosure Numbers 3.] BATTERY WAGNER, August 30, 1863.

Brigadier-General COLQUITT,

Commanding Post:

GENERAL: I have the honor to report the following casualties of this instant:

RECAPITULATION.

Officers and men. Killed. Wounded. Total.

Officers. - 1 1

Enlisted men 1 6 7

Total 1 7 8

Very respectfully, your obedient servant,

JAMES D. MORGAN,

Senior Surgeon of Post.

29 R R VOL XXVIII, PT I