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ther division from Lieutenant-General Hill's command, at Lafayette, would join him. That evening the following written orders were issued to Generals Hindman and Hill: headquarters army of Tennessee, Lee and Gordon's Mill, 11 3/4 P. M., Sept. 9, 1863. Major-General Hindman, commanding Division: General: You will move with your division immediately to Davis' Cross-roads, on the road from Lafayette to Stevens' Gap. At this point you will put yourself in communication with the column of n, at Stevens' Gap. Another column of the enemy is reported to be at Cooper's Gap — number not known. I am, General, &c., Kinloch Falconer, Assistant-Adjutant-General. headquarters army of Tennessee, Lee and Gordon's Mill, 11 3/4 P. M., Sept. 9, 1863. Lieutenant-General Hill, commanding Corps: General: I enclose orders given to General Hindman. General Bragg directs that you send or take, as your judgment dictates, Cleburne's division to unite with General Hindman, at Davis' Cross-road
f the boats; their officers will then send them by squads equivalent to the capacity of each boat destined to receive them. All the men must have their arms loaded on entering the boats to defend themselves in case of necessity. The most complete silence and order must be maintained throughout the entire operation. G. T. Beauregard, General, commanding. Official: A. R. Chisholm, A. D. C. Official: John M. Otey, A. A. G. Report of Major Elliott. headquarters Fort Sumter, September 9, 1863. Captain W. F. Nance, A. A. G.: Captain: I have the honor of making the following report: About eight o'clock, yesterday, the Ironsides, and five monitors, took positions close to Sullivan's Island, and engaged Fort Moultrie, and the batteries on that island. They kept up a very severe fire for several hours, our batteries replying promptly. Yesterday morning, a monitor was evidently aground near Morris Island; on reporting the fact, Fort Moultrie opened on her, hitting her e