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The defense of Charleston.
condensed from the North American review for May, 1886.
see also articles in Vol.
I., pp. 40-83, on the operations in Charleston harbor in 1861.--editors. by G. T. Beauregard, General, C. S. A.
On the Union picket line — relieving pickets.
A Telegram from General Cooper, dated Richmond, Snjury could be inflicted upon the Federal fleet than could be hoped for from all such gun-boats as the Government was then having built for the protection of Charleston harbor.
That this appreciation was not exaggerated has been shown by many results accomplished at a subsequent date by torpedo-boats in our own war and in naval eno lacking in motive power, consequently in speed; and their guns, on account of the smallness of the port-holes, could not be sufficiently
Castle Pinckney, Charleston Harbor. ciently elevated, and were of but very short range.
Ably officered and manned as they were known to be, they proved of real service only once during the w