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, I think it still my duty to say that all of them did their duty in every respect. I have the honor to be your most obedient servant, Max Weber, Colonel commanding Fort Hatteras. camp Hatteras, September 3, 1861. We, the undersigned, officers and men of the above regiment, certify herewith, upon honor, that Lieutenant-Colg naval defences of Virginia and North Carolina; Wm. F. Martin, Colonel Seventh regiment of infantry, North Carolina Volunteers; W. S. G. Andrews, Major, commanding Forts Hatteras and Clark; informing me the enemy had surrendered under the stipulations contained in the original agreement between myself and Major-General Butler on be other escape for privateers — that through Ocracoke — a difficult pass fifteen or twenty miles below Fort Hatteras. That point can now be easily possessed, if Hatteras is held and reinforced, as from it an expedition might be easily fitted out which could annihilate the works at Ocracoke in an hour. It is the key to the whole
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 3. (ed. Frank Moore), Doc. 36. battle of Port Royal, S. C. Fought November 7, 1861. (search)
way. We did not get a chance for a shot until near noon, but in the mean time we put every thing ready for action — rigging stoppered, decks sanded down, fires put out, and pumps rigged, in fact every thing that could be thought of, to give them Hatteras. In the mean time Capt. Dupont was pitching into two batteries--one on the right and one on the left bank of the river — with the Wabash, Susquehanna, Seminole, Pawnee, Mohican, and several of the gunboats. But when the old Pocahontas arriveg to do with it. They lay off in the transports, a long distance, until after we had taken the place, and the Gridiron, that emblem that every true American should be proud of, was flying over it. Consequently, no General Butler about this, like Hatteras. The men at my gun fought like Trojans, and the shot and shell flew about them like hail. We expected to be ordered home to repair our engine, but the Commodore says he wants us to do a little more fighting first. So we say we will go it with