nding, assisted by Major T. M. Baker, and consisting of the following companies:
Company A, Captain T. A. Huguenin; Company E, Captain R. Press Smith; Company F, Captain B. S. Burnett; Company G, First Lieutenant E. A. Erwin commanding; Company K, Captain C. H. Rivers.
Battery Bee was garrisoned by another detachment from the same regiment, commanded by Lieutenant Colonel J. C. Jenkins, and consisted of the following companies:
Company C, Captain Robert DeTreville; Company H, Captain Warner Adams; Company I, Captain W. Tabourn.
Colonel L. M. Keitt, Twentieth regiment South Carolina volunteers, by my consent, took post at Battery Bee, and remained there during the action.
Battery Beauregard was under the command of Captain J. A. Sitgreaves, First South Carolina regular artillery, and was garrisoned by the following companies:
Company K, First South Carolina regular artillery, First-Lieutenant W. E. Erwin commanding.
Company B, First South Carolina regular infantry, Ca