Notes on ActionWasp's casualties
KilledTimothy Stevens, Thomas R. Peel, seamen; Joseph Vurse, Thomas Knight, John Brown, ordinary seamen.
WoundedHenry S. Langdon, midshipman, dangerously; Frank Torean, midshipman, dangerously; John Swett, master's mate, slightly; William Thompson, boatswain's mate, severly; John Dick, qr. master, do.; Nathl. Seamann, seaman, do.; Jotham Perkins, do. dangerously (since dead); William Preston, do. slightly; Charles Green, do. dangerously (since dead); Charles Clinton, do. slightly; Andrew Passenger. do. severly; John Rowe, do. slightly; Joseph Atkins, do. dangerously (since dead); Robert Lowther, do, slightly; Morrel Roberts, do. do. Robert Javis, a. seaman, severly; Henry Herbert, do. dangerously; Simon Cassalis, do. severly; John C. Thurston. do. dangerously; Caleb Wheedon, do. severly; John Ball, boy, dangerously (since dead)Reindeer's casualties
KilledWilliam Manners, esq. commander; John Thos. Barton, and 23 petty officers and seamen
WoundedThos. Chambers, 1st lieut.; Richard Jones, master and forty petty officers and seamen.
N.B. More than half the wounded were in consequence of the severity and extent of their wounds, put on board a Portuguese brig called the Lisbon Packet, on the third day after the action, to wit, 1st July, bound to Plymouth, England.