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and the temporary occupation of the waters of Warsaw Sound, as well as for a knowledge of the inner and ultimate line of defences selected by the enemy, I have the pleasure to refer to the accompanying report of Commander C. R. P. Rogers, upon whose judgment and skill I relied for the execution of this undertaking. Warsaw Inlet and Sound constitute a second entrance into Savannah River; and, as twenty-one feet can be carried over the bar at high water, this passage is but little inferior to Tybee entrance. The highest point reached by Commander Rogers was about eight miles from Warsaw bar, about ten from Savannah, and between four and five from Thunderbolt on one side and Montgomery on the other. These two last places are described in the coast survey memoirs and reports. I attach the highest value to this possession. I have the honor to be sir, respectfully, your obedient servant, S. F. Dupont, Flag-Officer Commanding. Report of Commander C. R. P, Rogers. United Stat
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 3. (ed. Frank Moore), Doc. 224. expedition to Ossabaw, Ga. (search)
in toward the low, marshy shores that lie on either side of the entrance to Ossabaw Sound, about eighteen miles south of Tybee. Our engine was slowed down, and, following the Ottawa and Seneca, the Pembina ran cautiously in over the bar, the lead d pigs, and every thing movable. It was desolation itself. The party soon returned, and, as the Pembina was to run into Tybee to get despatches, I again went on board the Ottawa, and the flotilla steamed rapidly toward Port-Royal. A short time after dark, while we were between Tybee and Port Royal, a strange steamer was seen ahead. The men were sent to quarters, the guns cast loose, and the ship prepared for action. We ran down toward her, and an officer was despatched in the gig to ascerrom the steamer, coming toward us. An officer stepped aboard and stated it was the Rhode Island, bound from Port Royal to Tybee. Having lost her way, he wished directions. They were given, and we both went on our respective ways. We arrived at ou