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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 6. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 3.17 (search)
hreatened attack was about to begin. I immediately repaired to Fort Moultrie, where I had previously determined to make my headquarters duriim at long range or not at all. We decided upon the former, and Fort Moultrie again opened her batteries. Batteries Bee and Beauregard had ahe mastery. The nearest that the enemy ventured at any time to Fort Moultrie was estimated at one thousand yards. Fort Moultrie was garriFort Moultrie was garrisoned by a detachment from the First regiment of South Carolina regular infantry, Colonel William Butler commanding, assisted by Major T. M. ed among any of these troops, with the exception only of one in Fort Moultrie. Early in the action our flag-staff was shot away, and in faerial was in the least injured. It is due to the garrison at Fort Moultrie and their accomplished commander, Colonel Butler, that I shouldment, in tabular form, showing the expenditure of ammunition by Fort Moultrie and the batteries during the action. To Captains W. S. Green