, on the 14th, where the bridges were found burned.
A force crossed the river in boats, and drove a few of the enemy away.
Meanwhile, during our field service, the following changes had occurred in the Fifty-fourth: Lieutenant Duren
, having broken a leg by falling from his horse at Morris Island
, went North, and never returned.
resigned, and Lieutenant Hallett
took charge of the camp.
re-joined the regiment from there.
, recommissioned, reported; but his old wound soon forced him to return to Hilton Head
was made major, Lieutenant Howard
captain of Company I, and Second Lieutenants Stevens
and Charles Jewett, Jr.
, were promoted first lieutenants.
Lieutenants Charles F. Joy
and William L. Whitney, Jr.
, newly appointed, joined.