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the work,) fired under the direction of Lieut. Horace Porter, Chief of Ordnance; charge of mortar elted States Topographical Engineers, and Lieut. Horace Porter, of the Ordnance Department. I have alurner, Chief Commissary of the Department; Lieut. Porter, of the United States Ordnance Department,, developed some useful information. Lieut. Horace Porter, of the Ordnance Department, has rendereut. J. H. Wilson, Topographical Engineer; Lieut. Porter, Ordnance Corps, and Lieutenant O'Rourke, veral of the batteries in conjunction with Lieut. Porter. On the night of the ninth I rode with Lieut. Porter through the batteries. His object was to ascertain if it would be possible to open f the terrepleins, deepening the trenches. And Porter went around to each gun, to ascertain if its c'Rourke, lucky dog, carried the message to Lieut. Porter, who was at battery Halleck, and to have there to defend, not to surrender the Fort. So Porter opened fire, and the other batteries followed