I fear this involves the fall of Charleston.
Still Beauregard is there.
Gen. Pickett's division (decimated at Gettysburg) is to remain in this vicinity — and Jentempt is made to debase them to a servile condition, they will hesitate.
Gen. Pickett's division, just marching through the city, wears a different aspect from thaiders.
If large bodies of the enemy come in, Jenkins's brigade, and one from Pickett's division, might be temporarily detached to punish them.
Bragg is fallingGen. Martin be sent him, with the locals, as he calls them, and a brigade from Pickett's division, when filled up. But suppose that should be too late?
He says Ranstle to the disaffection in North Carolina. Gen. Whiting suggests that one of Gen. Pickett's brigades be sent to Weldon; and then, with Ransom's brigade, he will soon much skirmishing, the usual preliminary to a battle; and Kemper's brigade, of Pickett's division, went up thither last night, and it may be probable that a battle i