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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 10. (ed. Frank Moore) 12 0 Browse Search
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, with reduced garrison and sharpshooters filling the sand-hills between it and Wagner, may be held for several days longer. When obliged to quit either work, the guty-seventh Georgia volunteers, was ordered to move a howitzer from the right of Wagner, to the rifle-pit near Gregg, place the piece in position there, collect his rered to spike the guns of Battery Gregg, and embark his men. The rear guard from Wagner coming up at this time, were embarked. I had ordered Captain Huguenin down, sees of a conference of General officers in connection with the condition of Battereis Wagner and Gregg headquarters Department South Carolina, Georgia, and Floridral Hagood--If vigorously attacked, Battery Gregg would falls immediately after Wagner was carried. General Colquitt--Would evacuate both the same night. Coloneup, Battery Gregg must fall immediately after the enemy shall get possession of Wagner. In case the reduction of Wagner is delayed a week, we can, however, throw up