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Chapter 5: Condition of Fort Sumter after the bombardment. repairs begun at once. mustering of South Carolina Volunteers. Bonham's brigade. General Beauregard makes a reconnoissance of the South Carolina coast. recommends works at Stono, the two Edistos, and Georgetown. Declines advising plan of defence for Port Royal harbor. Yields under pressure, but predicts the result. receives congratulations upon the reduction of Sumter.-vote of thanks of Congress. Resolutions of the General Assembly of South Carolina. General Beauregard is called to Montgomery. the President wishes him to assist General Bragg at Pensacola. he Declines. his reasons therefor. deputation from New Orleans asking his transfer to Louisiana. the President sends him back to Charleston. propositions of the house of John Frazer & Co., relative to purchase of steamers. comments thereon. General Beauregard advocates the plan. government Declines moving in the matter. silence of Mr. Davis's