rtars—in all, twenty-one guns and mortars.
Battery Bee, on Sullivan's Island, was under Lieutenant-Colonel J. C. Simkins, with three compaies from the 20th South Carolina Infantry, had been placed on Sullivan's Island, to prevent an assault by land, should any be attempted; and
Neither vessel, however, participated in the engagement.
Sullivan's Island, constituting the second subdivision of the First Military Dio induce him to change his course and land at Battery Bee, on Sullivan's Island, where he remained until the fight was over.
Steadily, but period respectively this Military District, the batteries on Sullivan's Island and Fort Sumter, it will be seen that—
No ironclad c within range of the heaviest batteries in Fort Sumter and on Sullivan's Island, which they would have been compelled to do in entering the hnever fired hastily or without aim.
Of the other works on Sullivan's Island engaged with the enemy on that memorable day he says: