er, 1860, Maj. Robert Anderson dismantled Fort Moultrie and removed his command by boats over to Fwork; that he had removed his command from Fort Moultrie to Fort Sumter, as he had a right to do, bcourteously but peremptorily, to return to Fort Moultrie.
Make my compliments to the governor (saimmediate possession of Castle Pinckney and Fort Moultrie.
Neither fort was garrisoned, and the offring the property.
By the possession of Forts Moultrie and Pinckney and the arsenal in Charlestong it, the battery fired directly upon her. Fort Moultrie also fired a few shots, and the Star of tullivan's island, with his headquarters at Fort Moultrie, Brigadier-General Dunovant commanding theThe batteries above referred to, including Fort Moultrie, contained fifteen 10-inch mortars and twede it impossible to continue the defense.
Fort Moultrie alone fired 2,490 shot and shell.
Gen. S.John Russell.
On Sullivan's island: (1) Fort Moultrie—Capt. W. R. Calhoun, Lieutenants Wagner, R