h Carolina Volunteers have been serving on Morris' Island since the breaking out of hostilities, and are therefore fully posted as to the duties of soldiers.
The following is a correct list of the Field and Staff officers:
James D. Blanding, Colonel; Duncan W. Ray, Lieutenant Colonel; John M. Steadman, Major; James H. Wisherspoon, Adjutant; Thos B. Francer.
Quartermaster; W. Edward Dick, Commissary; Robert L. Crawford, M. D., Surgeon; John J. B, ssaid, M. D., Assistant Surgeon; Rev. John N. Craige, Chaplain; B. W. Edwards, Sergeant Major; Robt. C. M. Fadden, Quartermaster Sergeant.
The ten companies comprising the command are officered as follows: Sumter Greys, D. W. Harrington, Captain; Hor vole Light Infantry, James L. Coker, Captain; States Nights Guard, Robert Adams, Captain; Kershaw Troop, E. B. Canty, Captain; Cowpeas Guards, William M. Foster, Captain; Clarendon Blues.
J. S. Wentworth, Captain; Pickens Sentinels, Jos. E. Lee, Captain; Chocorua Guards, Alex. R. Coll