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posed of negro troops—directly supported by Turner's division of the 10th Corps and Ames's division of the 18th, under General Ord—in the aggregate at least 23,000 men. At the same time 10,000 men of Warren's corps, concentrated on its own right—thaeral Burnside's rearmost lines, within the Federal intrenchments. They carried back, on their way, Bell's brigade, General Ord's report, dated August 3d, 1864, in Conduct of the War (1865), p. 102. of Turner's division, which, having been pushed across from Burnside's lines by Ord to support their assault, was then attempting to press forward from the right of the crater. Such was the concentration of fire upon their front and flanks that the Federals were unable to develop and form theieneral Hancock at 9.25—received orders to suspend all offensive operations and resume their original position. So did General Ord. Ibid., pp. 234, 238, 240. Such was the situation—the Federals unable to advance, and fearing to retreat—w
ch Dahlgren shells, prepared, three hundred pounds lead, one 10-inch columbiad, one sponge, eight boxes canister, one box implements, fuse extractors, etc., fragments of gin-legs, one box of fuse-plugs. Mr. Fraser Mathews threw the 9-inch Dahlgren on southwest face over the parapet. Disabled in fall. Garrison worked day and night. No casualties. Alfred Rhett, Col. Comdg. Headquarters, Department S. C., Ga., and Fla., Charleston, S. C., August 29th, 1863. Lieut.-Col. J. R. Waddy, Chf. Ord. Dept. S. C., Ga., and Fla., Charleston, S. C.: Colonel,—The Commanding General directs that the 10-inch columbiad brought up last night from Fort Sumter, and now on Commercial Wharf, be sent to Battery Wampler (between Martello Tower and Battery Glover). He also wishes you to see Commodore Ingraham, and offer him the 9-inch Dahlgren, brought up at the same time, for the use of the new gunboat, informing him of the accident which befell the piece in removing it from the fort. Your atten