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ulting column against the enemy's works at Secessionville, and being formed in the utmost silence atvens was to assault and carry the works at Secessionville: that composed of the troops of Gen. Williapidly upon the enemy's works at and about Secessionville, with a view of carrying them by a coup de lying between the work and the village of Secessionville. It will thus be seen that the whole frhe force of the enemy on the Peninsula, at Secessionville and in the immediate defence of his works, to the left along the road leading toward Secessionville, to form, if possible, a junction with Genccount. Charleston, June 18, 1862. Secessionville is a small village, the summer retreat of mouth. This creek runs immediately up to Secessionville. On the west of the village, a short shal some four or five hundred yards south of Secessionville. Here Lamar's battery is located across te two battalions of infantry, stationed at Secessionville to support the battery, were laboriously o[2 more...]
a few shell thrown from the Stono, toward Secessionville, fell near the camp of Twenty-fourth regimre's Point, that of Capt. Warley, close to Secessionville, and Secessionville itself. This place beSecessionville itself. This place being then occupied by the Eutaw battalion, Lieut.-Col. Charles H. Simonton commanding; the Charlestonnd of Capt.----Warley, in the direction of Secessionville, rendered the enemy's advance across the cnes. Gunboats from creek in front shelled Secessionville. Design of enemy to occupy apparent. Enemand. Heavy firing of shot and shell upon Secessionville, from enemy's gunboats, and from a batteryly all day. One man killed in his tent, at Secessionville, by a shell. June 15.--Similar firing upon Secessionville. Colonel Lamar replies more deliberately. Firing very slow towards night. Two the enemy at daylight on the earthwork at Secessionville. Brig.-Gen. Stevens in command of assault.-Col. McEnery, reenforced the garrison at Secessionville during the fight, and rushing gallantly in