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ombarded the fort. On the twelfth, Brigadier-General Hagood took command of the positions on Jameere sent to James Island to reinforce Brigadier-General Hagood's command. Brigadier-General ClingmaChichester's company of artillery. Brigadier-General Hagood made a reconnoissance of the enemy, ieral A. H. Colquitt, and the other by Brigadier-General Hagood in person. The enemy was protected bsteamer was injured and forced to retire. General Hagood's loss was three killed, twelve wounded, afrom James Island, to Battery Island, when General Hagood advanced his pickets, and the ground has b While Captain Tracy, the staff officer of General Hagood, then in command, was bearing the message ief of Staff and acting Recorder; Brigadier-General Johnson Hagood; Brigadier-General A. H. ColquittChief Engineer of the Department. Brigadier-Generals Hagood and Colquitt have both recently commds and the fire of his land batteries? Generals Hagood and Colquitt--Did not think the offensive[20 more...]
wo companies of sharpshooters, had been recently notified to expect an attack at Coosawhatchie, and in that event were instructed to move to its support. Major Jefford's command, of three companies of cavalry, were ordered from Green Pond to the Saltkehatchie Bridge. With the blessings of a good Providence, these combinations of my forces, scattered over an extent of sixty miles, were effected in time to foil the enemy. I also telegraphed to General Beauregard's headquarters to Brigadier-General Hagood, commanding Second Military District, and to Brigadier-General Mercer, at Savannah, for reinforcements, requesting those from Charleston to disembark at Pocotaligo, and those from Savannah at Coosawhatchie. Captain W. L. Trenholm, who was in command of the outposts, consisting of two companies — his Rutledge mounted riflemen and Captain Kirk's partisan rangers — was ordered to withdraw the main body of the pickets, only leaving a few important posts guarded. The force with which