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uld be construed to diminish or impair the rightful authority of the commanders of armies, army corps, or separate detachments, over the medical and other officers, and the non-commissioned officers and privates of their commands. On the third of February, the Senate, on motion of Mr. Wilson, proceeded to the consideration of the bill, and the amendments reported by the Military Committee were agreed to. Mr. Wilson then stated that the bill was based upon the orders of Colonel Letterman, Mede words, two months pay in advance, to colored volunteers, and inserting the words, such sums in bounty as the President shall order in different States and parts of the United States, not exceeding the sum of one hundred dollars. On the third of February, Mr. Wilson, from the Military Committee, reported a joint resolution to equalize the pay of soldiers. It provided that all persons of color who had been or who might be mustered into the military service, should receive the same pay and e
ents coming to Wagner. In revolving turret the spindle and pilot-house torn up. Motion with the turret; turret, spindle, pilot-house, revolving together. Sept. 815-inch, 19 shells; 150-pounder, 30 shellsFifty-one750Battery Bee, on Sullivan's IslandThree new holes through the deck, and side armor badly injured in several places. Eleven hits on ring around base of turret; one of them at the base caused so much friction on deck plate as to require 34 pounds of steam to revolve the turret. Twenty-nine new hits on turret. Nov. 16 (A. M.)15-inch, 3 shells; 150-pounder, 31 shellsThree1,500Fort MoultrieCovering the Nahant and Mon tauk, towing off the Lehigh that was aground. Nov. 16 (P. M.) 1864.150-pounder, 3 shellsNone1,750Moultrie HouseTrying to ignite Moultrie House. Feb. 215-inch, 3 shells; 150-pounder, 68 shellsNone2,356Blockade runnerBlockade runner aground off Fort Moultrie. Feb. 3150-pounder, 35 shellsNone2,356Blockade runnerTrying to destroy Blockade runner off Fort Moultrie.