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packing knapsacks, and rolling blankets.
Running below Hilton Head, a pilot came alongside in a boat rowed by contrabands, lowing letter:—
headquarters Department of the South, Hilton Head, Port Royal, S. C., June 3, 1863. His Excellency, Governuarters, and long pier making up the military station of Hilton Head.
The steamer crossed the grand harbor with some seventyile below town the steamer grounded, delaying arrival at Hilton Head until noon. There Colonel Shaw was instructed by Generalome came that afternoon.
Colonel Montgomery had gone to Hilton Head, leaving Colonel Shaw in command of the post.
Orders also came for the Fifty-fourth to report at Hilton Head.
During the afternoon and evening of June 24, the regntgomery's camp, whence it sailed early the next day for Hilton Head.
Colonel Montgomery's regiment was also ordered away.
left St. Simon's Island and returned to St. Helena near Hilton Head.
We are now encamped in a healthy place, close to the h