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. H. Harleston, 1st S. C. Artillery; and Lieutenant Johnson, Corps of Engineers, met at Fort Sumter sent offensive condition of the fort. Lieutenant Johnson, Engineer Corps: The present offensive c Captain Harleston: Of same opinion as Lieutenant Johnson. Major Blanding: The offensive condity advantage. Colonel Harris: Endorses Lieutenant Johnson's opinion. Colonel Rhett: In action w Colonel Gilmer: Of the same opinion as Lieutenant Johnson. Second proposition. Can offensivlish the work in the manner suggested by Lieutenant Johnson, if not under fire, at night, when the fattack, and the number of men needed. Lieutenant Johnson: I think the capacity of the fort suffice condition against probable attacks. Lieutenant Johnson: Against the probable combined attacks ohours. Captain Harleston: Agrees with Lieutenant Johnson. Major Blanding: Against a combined vy. F. H. Harleston, Capt., 1st S. C. Art'y. John Johnson, 1st Lieut., Engr. Corps, P. A. C. S. [3 more...]
enetrated scarp-wall, opening daylight into magazine in southeast pan-coupe Negroes worked all day repairing previous damage, and strengthening west magazine. * * * Garrison worked all day. Casemates on east face filled with sand-bags. Lieutenant John Johnson, Engineer officer, was relieved from duty at this post on account of aggravated condition of wound, and Lieutenant Hall, Engineer officer, reported for duty in his stead. Mr. William Mathews was also sent down to assist the latter. Mr.n that none of the officers recommended for promotion for gallantry and meritorious services, during the memorable siege of Charleston, have yet been promoted, except Lieutenant- Colonel Elliott, P. A. C. S. Arty., Colonel D. B. Harris and Captain John Johnson, of the Engineers—three officers who are fully entitled, by their zeal, bravery, and intrepidity, to further promotion. In conclusion, I must be permitted to give, although just entering on my duties, what I consider the smallest movabl