the 24th of August.
additional report of Colonels Gilmer and Harris.
General Beauregard resolves immediately to Fort Sumter (together with Colonel Gilmer, if agreeable to him), to confer with Colo1-inch—and that would soon be disabled.
Colonel Gilmer: Of the same opinion as Lieutenant Johnsoned out, but considers it impracticable.
Colonel Gilmer: It is entirely within the capacity of the within fifty yards without being seen.
Colonel Gilmer: The defensive capacity of the fort is suf is embraced in the foregoing proceedings. J. F. Gilmer, Col. and Chief-Engr. of Bureau, D. B. Harr to be, General, very respectfully yours, J. F. Gilmer, Col. and Chief-Engr. of Bureau. D. B. Harps has reported for duty at this post.
Major-General Gilmer and Lieutenant-Colonel Harris visited ttain casemates in northeast face, which Major-General Gilmer
Promoted, about the 15th of Septembe Charleston, S. C., Oct. 28th, 1863. Major-General J. F. Gilmer, Second in Command, etc., Savannah,