War of the Rebellion: Serial 126 Page 0478 CORRESPONDENCE, ETC.

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Tabular list of gun-boats, transports, steamers, wrecks, &c., captured from the enemy by the gun-boat flotilla, Western waters.

Name. Gun- Steame Wrecks Where captured.

boats rs. .

General Bragg 1 - - Memphis

Sumter 1 - - do

Little Rebel 1 - - do

General Price 1 - - do

Eastport 1 - - Savannah, Tenn.

H. R. W. Hill - 1 - Memphis

Alfred Robb - 1 - Tennessee River

Kentucky - 1 - Island Numbers 10

De Soto - 1 - do

Admiral - 1 - do

Mars - 1 - do

Sovereign - 1 - do

Victoria - 1 - do

New National - 1 - Memphis

Catahoula - 1 - do

Clara Dolson - 1 - White River

Red Rover - 1 - Island Numbers 10

Mohawk - - 1 do

Grampus - - 1 do

John Simonds - - 1 do

Yazoo - - 1 do

Prince - - 1 do

Winchester - - - do

Sallie Wood - 1 - Tennessee River

General Pillow - 1 - Fort Pillow

Fair Play - 1 - White River

Total - - -

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Name. Estimated Remarks.

value.

General Bragg $50,000 Transferred to the Navy

Department

Sumter 50,000 Do.

Little Rebel 20,000 Do.

General Price 10,000 Do.

Eastport 20,000 Do.

H. R. W. Hill 8,000 Transferred to the Army

(commissary boat at Cairo.)

Alfred Robb 8,000 Transferred to the Navy

Department

Kentucky 5,000 Returned to owners.

De Soto 30,000 Transferred to the Navy

Department.

Admiral 10,000 Taken immediate possession of

by the Army.

Mars 5,000 Do.

Sovereign 10,000 Transferred to the Navy

Department.

Victoria 15,000 Do.

New National 30,000 Do.

Catahoula 10,000 Taken immediate possession of

by the Army.

Clara Dolson 60,000 Transferred to the Navy

Department.

Red Rover 30,000 Do.

Mohawk 500 Rebel gun-boat. Sunk at Island

Numbers 10.

Grampus 5,000 Rebel transports. Sun at Island

Numbers 10.

John Simonds 6,000 Do.

Yazoo 8,000 Do.

Prince 15,000 Do.

Winchester 5,000 Do.

Sallie Wood 6,000 Recaptured and destroyed by the

enemy.

General Pillow 1,000 Transferred to the Navy

Department.

Fair Play 8,000 Do.

Total 425,500

Statement showing amount of cash received, on what account disbursed, and balance remaining on hand June 30, 1863, by Captain George D. Wise, assistant quartermaster, U. S. Volunteers, Western Gun-boat Flotilla.

Amount. Amount.

Paid for general $592,713.39 Received $15,800.00

purchases from other

officers.

Paid for purchases Received

on account of 128,224.38 from

clothing, &c. Treasurer of 2,560,577.24

the United

States in

money.

Paid for purchases Received

on account of 30,952.38 from

subsistence. Treasurer of

the United

States in 343,770.00

certificates

of

indebtedness

.

Paid for general 1,473,442.07

expenditures.

Transferred to

officers for 402,103.79

disbursement.

On hand June 30,

1863, with

Treasurer of the

United States on 36,303.34

certificated of

indebtedness.

On hand June 30,

1863, in money, in 256,407.91

treasury at Saint

Louis.

2,920,147.24 2,920,147.24

The above payments include the greater part of the cost of the first seven iron-clad gun-boats, together with the iron-clad gun- boat Benton; also general purchases; purchases of clothing, &c.; commissary stores; the payment of chartered transports; of officers and men employed on captured and other Government steamers and tugs; mechanics and laborers employed at naval depot at Cairo, Ill.; together with the total amount transferred to the acting paymasters of the several gun-boats for pay of officers and men of the gun-boat flotilla.

GEO. D. WISE,

Captain and Assistant Quartermaster.