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mers and transports. on receiving a dispatch to this effect from Colonal William C. Heyward, commanding the troops at Camp Walker, I left my headquarters in Beaufort and repatred by steamer to Bay Point, which I reached at 6 P. M, passing on the way the ever-watchfull little fleet of Flag-Officer Tainall, Confederate States Nssessed by the enemy, (through Mr. Boutelle and others connected with the coast survey,) that his retreat had not been intercepted by gunboats passing up towards Beaufort, and mine by other steamers taking the passage through skull creek, towards the ferry landings Why they did not adopt this course, must be left to time to explaireun to appended of these officers and their assistants show how unwearied and earcest were their efforts to save the public property left at the headquarters in Beaufort. I must likewise make honorable mention of Col. W. C. Heyward, 9th regiment South Carolina volunteers, who commanded in Fort Walker and its vicinity, and who, d