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50 Forest Rose 260 Fawn

174
Fort Hindman... 286
Fulton....
Gen. Bragg

950 Gen. Lyon

468 Gen. S. Price 633 Gen. Pillow .......

38 Great Western... 800 Hyacinth.... 50 Hastings.

293 Homer .............. Ivy

50 Judge Torrence.. 1,000 Juliet......

157
Kenwood.... 232
Key West
Lafayette... 100
Laurel...

50 Louisville...

527 Lexington.... 418 Little Rebel 151 Lioness .............

500 Linden ...............

177 Marmora.

207

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Description.

Vessels. Tons Guns Description.
Iron-clad steamer. St. Clair............ 203 6 Side-wheel wooden
Side-wheel gunboat.

gunboat.
Side-wheel steamer. Switzerland....... 600 4 Ram.
Iron-clad.

Samson......

500

Side-wheel steamer.
Iron-clad steamer. Silver Cloud...... 236 6 Stern-wheel.
Iron-clad steamer. Thistle...

50 1 Tug.
Iron-clad.

Tylor...... 575 ,10 Side-wheel steamer.
Stern-wheel stm'r. Tuscumbia. 565 5 Iron-clad.
Side-wheel steamer. Tawah......

108 8 Side-wheel steamer. Side-wheel steamer. Tensas.......

150 2 Sido-wheel steamer. Side-wheel steamer. Victory..

160 6 Side-wheel steamer. Tug.

W. H. Brown...... 235 2 Transport.
Tug.
Iron-clad steamer.

SUPPLY STEAMERS.
Stern-wheel stm'r.

Vessels. Tons. Guns. Description,
Side-wheel wooden

Bermuda. 1,238 3 Screw steamer. gunboat.

Circassian 1,750 6 Screw steamer. Tug.

Massachusetts... 1,155 5 Screw steamer.
Stern-wheel str'r.

Newbern........... 948 6 Screw steamer.
Sido-wheel steamer.
Union....

1

1,114 Side-wheel steamer.

Screw steamer.
Ram.

EAST GULF SQUADROX.
Ram and gunboat.
Transport.

Vessels. Tong. Guns. Description.
Ram and gunboat.

Adela

583 6 Side-wheel steamer. Ram and gunboat. A. Houghton 326 2 Bark. Transport.

Anna

27

Schooner.
Tug.

Ariel

19

Schooner.
Side-wheel steamer. Beauregard... 101 1 Schooner.
Ram.

Carmita.

61

Schooner.
Tug.

Clyde....

294 2 Side-wheel steamer. Side-wheel steamer. Dale.......

566 3 Sloop of war.
Side-wheel gunboat. De Soto... 1,600 10 Side-wheel steamer.
Stern-wheel.
Eugenie.

1 Schooner.
Side-wheel steamer. Fort Henry. 519 7 Side-wheel steamer.
Ram.

Fox ...

SO

Schooner.
Tug.
Gem of the Sea.. 371

Bark.
Iron-clad steamer. IIuntsville

817

Screw steamer.
Iron-clad steamer. Hendrick Hud-
Ram.

son

460

Screw steamer.
Ram.
Honduras.... 376

Side-wheel steamer.
Stern-wheel.
Honeysuckle. 234

Screw steamer.
Side-wheel wooden Izilda

40

Schooner.
gunboat.
Jas. L. Davis..... 461

Bark.
Iron-clad steamer. J. S. Chambers ... 401 6 Bark.
Ram.

Julia

10 6 Sloop. Tug.

Marigold.

115 2 Scrow steamer. Tug.

Nita

210

Side-wheel steamer. Tug.

Port Royal.........

805 8 Side-wheel steamer. Side-wheel steamer. Pursuit...

7 Bark.
Iron-clad.

Roebuck.......... 455 5 Bark.
Side-wheel gunboat. Rachel Seaman.. 303 2 Schooner.
Transport.

Restless....

265 7 Bark. Stern-wheel.

Rosalie....

28

Sloop.
Side-wheel steamer. San Jacinto.. 1,446 14 Screw steamer.
Iron-clad.

Somerset.

521 6

Side-wheel steamer. Iron-clad.

Stars and Stripes 407 5 Screw steamer. Side-wheel steamer. Sea-Bird.

57 1 Schooner. Tug

Stonewall

30

Schooner.
Iron-clad steamer.

Sunflower .........

291 3 Screw stoamer. Stern-wheel.

Tahoma ...............

507 6 Screw steamer. Side-wheel steamer. Tioga..

819 8 Side-wheel steamer. Side-wheel steamer. Two Sisters. 51

Schooner.
Side-wheel steamer. Wanderer .........

300

Schooner.
Screw steamer.
Stern-wheel.

POTOMAC FLOTILLA.
Hospital ship.

Vessels. Tons. Guns. Description.
Side-wheel gunboat. Anacostia.......... 217 4 Screw steamer.
Side-wheel steamer. Baltimore...

500

Side-wheel steamer. Stern-wheel.

Chotank...

63 1 Schooner.
Stern-wheel.

Coeur de Lion .... 60 3 Steamer.
Side-wheel wooden

Currituck.......... 193 5 Screw steamer. gunboat

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2
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3
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603

Mound City........ 512
Monarch ... 1,000
Mignonetto .......

50 Mistletoe.....

50 Myrtle

50 Moose...

189 Neosho....

523 New Era.

157
New National.... 379
Naumkeag... 250
Nettle.
Osage..

523 Ozark

578 Quachita

720 Pansy..

50 Pittsburg

512 Paw-Paw

175 Peosta .................

233 Petrel..

226 Prairie Bird....... 171 Queen City. 212 Rattler

166 Red Rover .... ....

789 Romeo

176 Reindeer

212 Silver Lake 212 Springfield... 146 Signal

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General Exhibit of the Navy when the Vessels under construction shall have been completed.

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There have been added to the Navy during the and store-ships. At least twenty of the steamers past year, by purchase, about thirty tugs, over were captured in endeavoring to violate the #fty steamers for blockading and supply pur- blockade. poses, and over twenty other vessels for tenders

Losses by Shipwreck and in Battle, 1863. Steamer Harriet Lane, captured at Galveston, Iron-clad Keokuk, sunk in attack on Fort SumTexas, Jan. 1, 1863.

ter, April 7, 1863. Steamer Westfield, blown up, Jan. 1, 1863. Sloop Preble, burnt at Pensacola, Fla., April 27,

Steamer Hatteras, sunk off Galveston, Texas, by 1863. the Alabama, Jan. 11, 1863.

Steam-tug Lily, sunk by collision in Yazoo River, Steamer Ellis, burnt to prevent capture. May 3, 1863.

Steamer Columbia, wrecked off coast of North Ship Shepherd Knapp, lost on reef off Cape Carolina, Jan. 14, 1863.

Haytien, May 18, 1863. Steamer Isaac Smith, captured in Stono River, Iron-clad steamer Cincinnati, sunk by VicksJan. 30, 1863.

burg batteries, May 27, 1863, and afterwards raised. Ship Morning Light, captured off Sabine Pass, Steamer Sumter, sunk by collision off the ChesaJan. 21, 1863.

peake Capes, June 24, 1863. Schooner Velocity, captured in Sabine Pass, Jan. Sloop G. L. Brockenborough, wrecked in a storm, 21, 1863.

May 27, 1863. Ram Queen of the West, captured in Mississippi Bark Amanda, wrecked in a storm, May 27, 1863. River, Feb. 14, 1863.

Brig Bainbridge, lost off Cape Hatteras, Aug. 21, Steamer Indianola, captured in Mississippi River, 1863. Feb. 14, 1863.

Steam-tug Satellite, captured near the mouth Steamer Mississippi, burnt off Port Hudson, of the Rappahannock River, Aug. 23, 1863. March 14, 1863.

Steam-tug Reliance, captured near the mouth Steamer Diana, captured in Berwick Bay, March of the Rappahannock River, Aug. 23, 1863. 28, 1863.

Steam-tug Clifton, captured in Sabine Pass, Sept. Steamer Barrataria, burnt in Amite River, April 8, 1863. 7, 1863.

Steam-tug Sachem, captured in Sabine Pass, Steamer Kinsman, sunk in Berwicks Bay. Sept. 8, 1863. Ram Kosciusko, sunk by shot near Vicksburg, Crocus, wrecked on coast of North Carolina, March 25, 1863.

Aug. 17, 1863. Steamer Cairo, sunk by torpedo in Yazoo River, Steamer Madgie, sunk off Frying Pan Shoals, Dec. 12, 1863.

Oct. 11, 1863. Steamer Glide, burnt at Cairo, Feb. 7, 1863. Iron-clad screw-steamer Weehawken, foundered Iron-clad Monitor, foundered at sea.

off Charleston harbor, Dec. 9, 1863.

List of Deaths in the Nary, as ascertained at the Department, since December 1, 1862.

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List of Deaths in the Navy, &c.-Continued.

Name and rank.

Date.

Place.

Commanders. William B. Renshaw...

Jan. 1, 1863 Killed in battle, Galveston, Texas. Jonathan M. Wainwright.. Jan. 1, 1863 Killed in battle, Galveston, Texas. Marvell Woodhull.

Feb. 19, 1863 Killed (accidentally), Baltimore, Md. Aboer Read .........

July 12, 1863 Killed in battle, W. G. B. Squadron. George W. Rodgers

Aug. 18, 1863 Killed in battle, off Charleston, S.C. Lindenant-Commanders. Edward Lea................

Jan. 1, 1863 Killed in battle, Galveston, Texas. William Gwin....

Jan. 3, 1863 Killed in battle, Mississippi Squadron. Thos. McK. Bachanan.

Jan. 14, 1863 Killed in battle, Bayou Teche. A Boyd Cummings

Mar. 18, 1863 Killed in battle, Port Hudson, Louisiana. Wilson MoGunnegle.

April 2, 1863 Annapolis, Maryland. David A. McDermot

April 18, 1863 Killed in battle, near Sabine Pass.
John E. Hart...

June 11, 1863 Below Port Hudson, Louisiana.
Lieutenants.
Charles W. Zimmerman............ Jan. 1, 1863 Killed in battle, Galveston, Texas.
John P. Hall.

Sept. 8, 1863 Killed (accidentally), Cincinnati, Ohio.
Assistant Surgeons.
Jacob M. Gotwold..

Feb. 2, 1863 Killed in battle, S. A. B. Squadron. Edward A. Pierson....

May 22, 1863 Killed in battle, off Wilmington, N.C. David W. Ballantyne.....

Sept. 10, 1863 On board the Hastings.
Harry L. Plympton....

Sept. 25, 1863 Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Assistant Paymasters.
Frederick R. Curtis...

April 17, 1863 On board the Pawnee.
Joseph T. Lisle..

Sept. 25, 1863 Naval Hospital, New Orleans.
Chaplain.
Martimer R. Talbot...

April 21, 1863 Philadelphia.
Professor.
Joseph S. Hubbard..

Aug. 16, 1863 New Haven, Connecticut.
Chief- Engineers.
George Gideon

June 16, 1863 Philadelphia.
Robert W. McCleery..

Sept. 15, 1863 Philadelphia.
Midshipmen.
Foxhall P. Smith.

Jan. 19, 1863 Naval Academy, Newport, R.I.
Richard H. Dana

April 2, 1863 Naval Academy, Newport, R.I. William K. Butler.....

April 6, 1863 Naval Academy, Newport, R.I.
Frederick B. Griswold..

April 9, 1863 | Naval Academy, Newport, R.I.
First Assistant Engineer.
John Alexander ..........

Jan. 26, 1863 Baltimore, Maryland.
Scoond Assistant Engineer.
Frederick Bull, Jr............ Aug. 9, 1863 New Orleans, Louisiana.

Third Assistant Engineers.
Robinson W. Hands..

Dec. 10, 1862 Lost on the Monitor. Samuel A. Lewis.

Dec. 10, 1862 Lost on the Monitor. Patrick I. Barry..

Aug. 1, 1863 Eastport, Maine. James McGregor..

Sept. 22, 1863 New Orleans. William F. Law.

Sept. 24, 1863

New Orleans.
Gunners.
Jacob Amée........

Jan. 31, 1863 Killed in battle, off Charleston, S.C. Richard F. Dunn....

Feb. 1, 1863 Kittery, Maine. William Arnold...

Mar. 21, 1863 Brooklyn, New York. John G. Bills..

May 16, 1863 Drowned, off Station Creek, S.C.

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