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s vessel assisted, as a reserve, in the capture of the Atlanta in Wassaw Sound, on June 17, and assisted in covering General Gillmore's batteries on Folly Island, July 10, an engagement in which the Nahant was hit six times. He joined with the others a folly, nay, almost a crime. (War Diary of General G. H. Gordon, p. 289) General Gordon had little patience with General Gillmore, whose military qualities, apart from engineering, were not highly esteemed by those under him. With admirable scoutief object of the enterprise, which was to ascend as high as the Charleston and Savannah railroad and cut it. See General Gillmore's report in Official War Records, 46, p. 8, and Colonel Higginson's report, p. 194. Compare Higginson's Army Life in Artillery. 3d Brigade, 9th Mass. Battery (Capt. John Bigelow). Army of the James (Butler). Tenth Army Corps (Gillmore). First Division.—3d Brigade, 24th Mass. (Col. F. A. Osborne). Second Division.—1st Brigade, 40th Mass. (Col. Guy