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ant Georgians came to the rescue, I received the welcome intelligence that Col. DeSaussure's 15th regiment South Carolina volunteers, six handred and fifty strong, h the fort with a portion of Capt. Read company, I at the same time led up Col DeSaussure's regiment to the hollow (marked P) west of the wood, and directed them to li the watchmen at the mast-heads gave notice of their position, competting Col DeSaussure after a short time to fall back under a heavy fire to a less dangerous localiwas commenced about three P. M., towards Ferry Point, about six miles off, Col. DeSaussure's regiment and Capt. J Read's company of artilery bringing up the rear. ft on the wharf the night before the battle, belonging to the sick men of Colonel DeSaussure's regiment, who had been left behind at Lightwood Knot. These could haves: Killed in Fort Walker10 Wounded in Fort Walker20 Killed in colonel DeSaussure's 15th regiment South Carolina volunteers,1 Wounded severely16 Wounded