s spent by Butler in coaling and watering, but Porter remained outside.
There was doubtless at thhe morning of the 25th, Butler sent Weitzel to Porter to arrange the programme for the day. It was dom the parapet the flag of the fort.—Butler to Porter, December 25. Three hundred rebel prisoners hammander.
If, instead of writing or sending to Porter, and announcing his withdrawal, Butler, who wa its supplies protected by gunboats. . . . Admiral Porter will remain off Fort Fisher, continuing a t he generally made an ignominious failure. To Porter he wrote: The commander of the expedition willur efforts thus far.
On the 1st of January, Porter replied to Grant from Beaufort harbor: I have idated.
After the troops were all debarked, Porter signalled to the larger vessels also to attacke means the operations of the land forces.
To Porter and the untiring efforts of his subordinates iside.
The fortifications were acknowledged by Porter to rival those of the Malakoff, which he had s
Barlow, General F. C., on the Po river, II., 157; at Spottsylvania, 172; at Cold Harbor, 291; at Deep Bottom, 507; at Ream's station, 527; in Appomattox campaign, III., 532, 583.
Baton Rouge expedition from, III., 175.
Beaufort harbor, Porter's fleet at, III., 308; Butler's transports at, 308.
Beaurefard, General P. C. T., at Shiloh, 1., 84; siege of Corinth, 101; retreat from Corinth, 102; attack on Butler at Drury's Bluff, II. 253; in front of Bermuda Hundred, 344, 347, 348; at Pbreach of neutrality by, i., 11.
Pope, General John, at siege of Corinth, i., 100; ordered to Virginia, 107.
Port Gibson, battle of, i., 206-210.
Port Hudson, surrender of i., 392.
Port Royal, Foster and Sherman at, III., 305.
Porter, Admiral, in front of Vicksburg, i., 161; operations in Yazoo river, 175; running Vicksburg batteries, 189; co-operation with Grant 190; urges McClernand to obey orders, 195; bombardment of Grand Gulf, 199; runs transports by Grand Gulf at night, 20