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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Wee Nee volunteers of Williamsburg District, South Carolina, in the First (Hagood's) regiment. (search)
against a fleet. On the 11th of July the enemy attempted to carry Wagner by assault, but failed. On the 18th, as I have already said, a mucwork, but were either driven out, killed or captured. Finding that Wagner could not be carried by assault, General Gilmore, on the 19th, commadders. The heavy guns bearing on Sumter were frequently turned on Wagner, and there was an incessant fire from sharpshooters and bombardmentnts in the fort, he ordered me to return to the sand hills, between Wagner and Gregg, and protect my command as well as I could. All that parThis morning the last parallel of the enemy, two hundred yards from Wagner, was nearly completed. Both the garrison and the enemy were workinety. The enemy were dropping their shells all over the island from Wagner to Gregg. When a message was sent from one work to another it was a sergeant and a file of men were sent around to the sally-port of Wagner to ascertain the true condition of the fort. If the story proved f