Head Quarters, Kingston
Adjudent General's Office, 3rd Sept. 1813
The Major-General extols the intrepid bravery displayed by the detachment under Brevet Lieutenant Colonel Short, in endeavoring to force a passage into the enemy's fort, and laments the loss of the brave soldiers who have fallen in this gallant although unsucessful assault.
Return of killed and wounded.
One catain, one lieutenant, one sergeant, one drummer, twenty-one rank and file killed.
One sergeant and twenty-eight rank and file missing.
Two captains, one lieutenant, two sergeants, one drummer, thirty-five rank and file wounded.
Killed - Brevet Lieut.-Col. Short, Lieut. Gordon, 41st regiment, Lieut. Laussaussiege, Indian Department.
Wounded - Capt. Dixon, Royal Engineers, Capt. Muir and Lieut. Macintyre, 41st regiment, all slightly.
By his Excellency's command.
Edward Bayne, Adjutant General.