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John M. Schofield, Forty-six years in the Army, Chapter II (search)
Chapter II On graduating leave Brevet second lieutenant in the 2d artillery at Fort Moultrie an officer's credit before the War second lieutenant in the 1st artillery journey to Fort Capron, Florida a reservation as to whisky a trie Freeport Baptist meeting-house. Confidence was thereby restored. My first orders assigned me to duty at Fort Moultrie, South Carolina, as brevet second lieutenant in the 2d Artillery. The steamer landed me at Charleston, September 29, 1853, tlamentably true that such has not been the case since the war. I found only one officer on duty with my battery at Fort Moultrie, and he was awaiting my arrival so that he might go on leave. He turned over the command with a manifestation of connd then some days at Charleston, where I became so much better that he ventured to leave me long enough to go over to Fort Moultrie to see some of our brother officers. While he was away I became so ill again that the doctor had to put me under the
John M. Schofield, Forty-six years in the Army, Index (search)
artillery, 48, 50, 51. See also first Missouri artillery. First Missouri Volunteers (colored), organization of the, 99 First U. S. Artillery, ordered to Fort Moultrie, 18; S. appointed second lieutenant in, 19, 183; outbreak of yellow fever in, 20, 183 First U. S. Cavalry, service in Missouri, 37 First U. S. Infantry, from, 501 Fort Monroe, Va., meeting of Grant and S. at, 346; artillery practice at, 458, 459; meeting of Lincoln with the peace commissioners at, 530 Fort Moultrie, S. C., S. on duty at, 17, 18; the First Artillery ordered to, 18; artillery target practice at, 18; bombardment of Fort Sumter from, 18 Fort Riley, Kan., estaion on leaving the academy, 16, 17; graduating leave, 16, 17; first military pay, 17; ruinous affluence, 17; service in the Second Artillery, 17-19; on duty at Fort Moultrie, 17, 18; ascertains the value of a sergeant, 18; adopts a rule with regard to drinking, 19; appointed second lieutenant in First Artillery, 19, 183; on United