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s, bearing the Admiral's pennant. On the seventh of April, in the afternoon, the enemy moved forwarthe defence, and the proud results of the seventh of April. He was ably seconded by his subordinateor, engaged with the Abolition Iron-clads, April seventh, 1863: Fort or battery.10-inch Columbia Return of Ammunition expended in action April seventh, 1863: battery or Fort.shot, round.shelof number of Rounds fired by the Enemy on seventh of April, and number of Shot received by each Iron of Colonel Alfred Rhett of engagement of Seventh of April, between Yankee iron-clads and Fort Sumteg reported for duty on the morning of the seventh of April, was assigned to the immediate command ofken by Fort Moultrie in the action of the Seventh of April. headquarters, Fort Moultrie, S. C.,of Sullivan's Island in the action of the Seventh of April. headquarters, Sullivan's Island, ApR. Gist, Brigadier-General. Action of April Seventh, Charleston harbor. battery Beauregar[1 more...]
Yazoo River, above Haynes' Bluff; in these designs he was completely baffled. Many of our smaller boats, which were also fitted for the navigation of these streams, and which were employed in the tranportation of supplies for Vicksburg, were necessarily diverted from this purpose to transport troops to meet and repel these expeditions. The same interruption in the transportation of supplies was also of constant occurrence during the protracted expedition via the Yazoo Pass. On the seventh of April I received a telegram from the President, inquiring as to the practicability of sending reinforcements to General Bragg, in Middle Tennessee, and directing me to send them if existing circumstances in the department would admit of it. On the same day I informed the President by telegram, that in my judgment it was not safe to diminish the forces in this department at that time. On the ninth of April I telegraphed General S. Cooper, A. and I. G., as follows: I am confident that few