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Alfred Roman, The military operations of General Beauregard in the war between the states, 1861 to 1865 3 3 Browse Search
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of the salient. Owing to the difficulty of transporting ammunition to Battery Wagner the fire from that work was slack. Early on the morning of the 3d the enemy opened on Battery Wagner with mortars, and continued it throughout the day. Fort Sumter was not fired at. In that work all hands were busily engaged in repairing damages. During the past night, as usual, large quantities of ordnance-stores and several guns were removed by that gallant and zealous Acting Engineer officer, Mr. J. Frazer Mathews, of Charleston, who persistently worked at this dangerous and laborious undertaking until every disabled gun which could be recovered from the debris had been transferred to its new position. The condition of the fort at this date was as follows: The northeast and northwest terre-pleins had fallen in, and the western wall had a crack entirely through from parapet to berme. The greater portion of the southern wall was down, the upper east magazine penetrated, and lower east magaz
eedy, Co. D, 1st S. C. Cavalry, Comd. Private T. W. Weeks, Co. E, 1st S. C. Cavalry, Comd. Private R. Dukes, Co. F, 1st S. C. Cavalry, Comd. Private J. H. Belcher, Co. G, 1st S. C. Cavalry, Comd. Private J. E. Heise, Co. G, 1st S. C. Cavalry, Comd. Private J. R. Harper, Co. H, 1st S. C. Cavalry, Comd. Private G. D. Haste, Co. K, 1st S. C. Cavalry, Comd. Private J. C. Hull, Co. B, 4th Tenn. Cavalry. Private S. Manion, Co. C, 5th S. C. Cavalry. Supplementary. Capt. J. F. Mathews, Engineer Corps. Capt. P. R. Proctor, Assistant Quartermaster. Lieut. Jas. P. Proctor, Ordnance Officer. Private Volney Metcalf, Jeff Davis Legion. Private W. H. Ker, Jeff Davis Legion. Private A. Sledge, Jeff Davis Legion. Greensboroa, N. C., May 1st, 1865. In accordance with the terms of a military convention, entered into on the 26th day of April, 1865, between General Jos. E. Johnston, commanding Confederate Army, and Major-General W. T. Sherman, commanding
Supplementary. Capt. J. F. Mathews, Engineer Corps. Capt. P. R. Proctor, Assistant Quartermaster. Lieut. Jas. P. Proctor, Ordnance Officer. Private Volney Metcalf, Jeff Davis Legion. Private W. H. Ker, Jeff Davis Legion. Private A. Sledge, Jeff Davis Legion.