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he work, that I did not consider 10-inch columbiads essential to the defence of the position, for which siege-guns, musketry, stout arms and hearts, and the strength of sand parapets must be relied on. Orders were issued, however, for the remounting of the 10-inch gun, if practicable. The enemy's fleet this morning consisted of four monitors, the Ironsides, and seventeen vessels inside the bar, fourteen vessels outside, and thirty vessels in Folly River. One gunboat and four vessels in North Edisto, and one steam-frigate, one sloop-of-war, one gunboat, and thirty-four transports at Hilton Head. Brigadier-General Ripley was instructed this day to have the guns intended for the Legare Point Battery mounted immediately, and to open fire with them as soon as possible. Brigadier-General Mercer was telegraphed to send on, if practicable, another 10-inch columbiad from the Savannah works. At 2 P. M. a shell from the enemy's batteries struck Fort Sumter, and some eight or ten 30-po
e so long as the enemy's six ironclads remain in North Edisto; for they no doubt intend, if not to attack Chars of February and March, and subsequently in the North Edisto and Stono rivers, having convinced me that the l on Seabrook Island, and in the transports in North Edisto River, and on Folly, Cole's, and other islands abouaval expedition against the enemy's ironclads in North Edisto, as originally ordered. Respectfully, your ob about a brigade of 2000 men on Seabrook Island, North Edisto. Nothing is positively known of the enemy's lanrom the apparent number of troops and vessels in North Edisto, about the 10th July last, was it not possible f Ashley, and all the country to the east bank of North Edisto, from mouth to Graham's Ferry. 7th James Islabridge. Stevenson has concentrated his force on North Edisto to oppose him. Wheeler telegraphs that General A Ashepoo across Edisto, and enemy having crossed North Edisto near Orangeburg, McLaws is retiring from Branchv