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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 12. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 3 (search)
h South Carolina, Captain E. J. Goggans. Eighth South Carolina, Colonel J. W. Henagan. Fifteenth South Carolina, Colonel J. B. Davis. Twentieth South Carolina, Colonel S. M. Boykin. Third South Carolina Battalion, Lieutenant-[Colonel] W. G. Rice. Second army corps. see organization of the army of the Valley District August 20th and 31st, as shown by inspection reports. Notes(b) to (i) refer to that organization. Lieutenant-General Jubal A. Early Commanding. Gordon's division.aptain G. M. Patterson. Irwin Artillery, Captain J. T. Wingfield. McIntosh's Battalion. Lieutenant-Colonel D. G. McIntosh. Johnson's Battery, Captain [V. J. Clutter.] Hardaway Artillery, Captain W. B. Hurt. Danville Artillery, Captain R. S. Rice. Second Rockbridge Artillery, Captain L. Donald. Richardson's Battalion. Lieutenant-Colonel C. Richardson. Lewis Artillery, Captain N. Penick. Donaldsonville Artillery, Captain V. Maurin. Norfolk Light Artillery, Captain C. R. G
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 12. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Letters from Fort Sumter. (search)
the sand-bags, extending out from the wall, will be twenty-four feet, out to the edge of the wharf, and they can be built up entirely to the top of the parapet. All the important guns have been moved out of the fort, and their places filled with dummies, or sham-guns, of the Brooke's pattern. It is now 9 o'clock P. M. I was unable to finish my letter this morning. The enemy opened on us again about 4 o'clock this evening with the same 200-pound Parrott, at a distance of three and a-half miles, and I venture to say the world never witnessed better shooting. It is a rare thing they miss the Fort. We have not replied to-day, owing to the Brooke gun being slightly out of order. To-morrow we will feel them a little. The casualties today were three men wounded, two severely, and young Rice, of the signal corps, who was in college with me, was knocked down by a brick-bat. The only damage done was one gun-carriage disabled and a dummy dismounted. Ever yours, &c., Iredell Jones.