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he Island, ordering Captain Stuart's company, 9th regiment, to march on Fort Walker, and embark thence to strengthen Captain Elliott's guners in Fort Beauregard. This company did not leave on the 6th as proposed, as Captain Sassard, of the steamer nteers.-- Of the above, one hundred and forty-nine garriosoned Fort Beauregard, under the immediate command of Captain Stephen Elliott, Jr., Beaufort Volunteer Arti fery, Company A, 8th regiment S. C. volunteers. The in fantry force of Col. Dunovantf the Bastion line of the Island Narrows, where an attack was expected from the enemy. Knowing how small a force Capt. Elliott had to command his batteries, I ordered, as soon as I reached Hilton Head on the 5th instant, Capt Stutt's company, (ed by the dotted red lines on the map appended, I bag leave to reter you to the official reports of Col Daungvant and Capt. Elliott. But among the many officers and men honorably noticed on this occasion in the official report of Col. Dunnvant, of