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Doc. 119 1/2.-Occupation of Charleston, Va. July 25, 1861. After passing a very tedious day in camp yesterday, and every thing after dress parade had quieted down to the preparations of the night, orders were very unexpectedly conveyed to the different commands to draw rations for a two days supply, and to be ready by five o'
andoned their position on the right, and moved on up the river.
Both divisions of the Federal army were again connected at Elk River one-fourth of a mile below Charleston.
Here the rebels had attempted the destruction of the wire suspension bridge across Elk River; but not having sufficient time, succeeded in burning only about ing such to be the case, she returned to Elk River. One piece of the enemy's artillery, which was disabled at Scarey Creek battle, was found at a wagon shop, in Charleston, fully repaired and ready for service.
It was duly cared for, and is now one of the Union detachments.
The army will commence moving at noon.
Dr. Litch v