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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.13 (search)
ime being commanded by an able Federal soldier, General Terry. When we reached Sugar Loaf we found that TerryTerry had landed his forces without opposition, and we began skirmishing with them at once. But the enemy had intreere enfiladed by the fire from the enemy's fleet. Terry's command consisted of two divisions. One of our brspace with shot and shell, grape and canister, while Terry with the white forces stormed Fort Fisher. Bragg motroops in our front and drive them in confusion upon Terry's attacking column. But we obeyed orders and fell b Greensboro, told me he thought if Hoke had advanced Terry would have been beaten. I believe our charge would e the troops in front were blacks. In a few days Terry advanced, and we slowly fell back to Wilmington, Kire all got smutted by lightwood fires. In fighting Terry's troops we encountered the first enemy armed with r pain therefrom. The enemy moved up from Newbern, Terry's command came up from Wilmington, and Sherman's gre