outh Carolina volunteers was killed.
Brigadier-General Hagood relieved Colonel Keitt in the command of our forces on Morris Island on the sixth, Lieutenant-Colonel J. Welshman Brown relieving Major Warley in command of the artillery.
The Sixty-first North Carolina regiment relieved the Charleston battalion during the night.
Tutenant-Colonels Gaillard, Charleston battalion; Dantzler, Twentieth South Carolina volunteers; and Dargan, Twenty-first South Carolina volunteers; Lieutenant-Colonel J. Welshman Brown and Major Warley, Second South Carolina volunteer artillery, and Captain Chichester, artillery.
The latter has served several times with distinctiing thirty-five men--twenty-five men of the First South Carolina infantry, Company A, ten men of the Twenty-fifth South Carolina volunteers, under command of Lieutenants Brown and Taft.
At about eleven o'clock P. M., I turned over the command of Battery Wagner to Captain Huguenin, and ordering my Adjutant-General, Major H. Bryan