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Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War: Volume 2., Siege and capture of Fort Pulaski. (search)
teries, was in charge of Lieutenant (afterward General) Horace Porter, and is thus described by him: The heavy guns wertruction of the magazine and gun platforms, while Lieutenant Horace Porter, assisted by Major Beard, 48th New York, and Lieurge of the two pieces in advance, and Major Beard and Lieutenant Porter, with a somewhat larger force, of the four other piec of April the batteries were ready to open fire. Lieutenant Horace Porter says: So much were the preparations hurried fuse-plugs were still wanting, and the ordnance officer [Horace Porter] was in despair. He had brought out a specimen of one of the New York times. ]--Editors. Once, in passing, Lieutenant Porter asked how they were getting along. Thank ye, Leftenaicers present, that the 13-inch mortars, Brevet Brigadier-General Horace Porter. General Horace Porter, in a letter to General Horace Porter, in a letter to the editors, records the subjoined incidents of the siege: one of the regiments which was assigned to duty on Tybee Is