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Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 2. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book VII:—politics. (search)
at Beaufort, Mitchell sent a few troops, under General Brannan, to assist the naval force in this operation. was formed of detachments from the two brigades of Brannan and Terry, stationed at Beaufort and Hilton Head, ar, had transferred the command of the expedition to Brannan. But notwithstanding the secrecy which had surrounsituated on its borders. The brigades of Terry and Brannan, under the command of the latter general, were orde land her cargo. As soon as his troops had formed, Brannan set out in the direction of the railway bridge, folits fire, were unable to resist the final charge of Brannan's brigade. The Confederates retired in great hastecould not fail speedily to receive reinforcements. Brannan therefore about four o'clock gave the order for retnt on the morning of the 22d, where he had received Brannan's instructions, proceeded up the Coosawatchie with the vessels, on board of which he embarked, joining Brannan at Hilton Head the next day. The losses of the Fede