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The Daily Dispatch: November 9, 1863., [Electronic resource], The President's tour through the South. (search)
ined the parapets of Gregg and Wagner, seemingly anxious to learn what unusual even had occurred to cause such a demonstration. The President, after a close inspection of Fort Johnson, batteries Simkins, Cheves, and Haskell, proceeded to Secessionville. The troops of that post were drawn up in line and inspected by the President, after which he visited Fort Lamar and other works around Secessionville, besides the memorable battle-ground of the 16th June, 1861, in which the President felt gSecessionville, besides the memorable battle-ground of the 16th June, 1861, in which the President felt greatly interested. He also visited and inspected the whole length of the new lines down to battery Pringle, where he was received with another thundering salute, and warmly cheered by the troops composing Gen. Hagood's and Gen. Colquitt's brigades. Battery Tynes and Fort Pemberton were next visited, and another salute given from the latter. The troops at each post were drawn up all under arms, in the positions that they would occupy in case of an attack or an engagement. Having inspected