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plies was established near the mouth of Pocotaligo creek, with easy water communication back to Hilton Head. The left wing, Major-General Slocum, and the cavalry, Major-General Kilpatrick, were ordered to rendezvous about the same time near Robertsville and Coosawhatchie, South Carolina, with a depot of supplies at Pureysburg, or Sister's Ferry, on the Savannah river. General Slocum had a good pontoon bridge constructed opposite the city, and the Union causeway leading through the low rice fiand important rivers, it was advantageously used at the following times and places, namely: January twenty, 1865, Pocotaligo, Seventeenth Army Corps. January twenty-two, 1865, Combahee, Fifteenth Army Corps. January twenty-nine, 1865, Robertsville, Twentieth Army Corps. February one, 1865, Hickory Hill, Fifteenth Army Corps. February two, 1865, Lawtonville, Twentieth Army Corps. February two, 1865, Whippy Swamp, Seventeenth Army Corps. February three, 1865, Store at Duck cre