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Chapter 13: Macon continued; Charleston.-under fire of our batteries on Morris Island. A stockade had been erected on the fair ground, and fourteen hundred officers were confined there. This was the first stockade we had seen, and while our n
at they intended to do with us, but it soon became known that we were to be placed under the fire of our batteries on Morris Island.
The noble qualities of the southern chivalry were being shown to us every day, yet this was the most cowardly act o how bad I feel, Down in Charleston, South Carolina, Praying for a good square meal
We could hear our batteries on Morris Island, and often shells would pass over us. The second night we were there two rockets were sent up near the jail, and afte
The shelling of the city by our batteries was constant.
At night we could see the flash as the old swamp angel on Morris Island was discharged, then by the light of the fuse we could see the shells sailing through the air; when over the city the