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Condition of Fort Sumter after the bombardment.
repairs begun at once.
mustering of South Carolina Volunteers.
General Beauregard makes a reconnoissance of the South Carolina coast.
recommends works at Stono, the two Ednfederate States.
Early in May, a brigade of four regiments of South Carolina volunteers was organized, under Brigadier-General Bonham.
It consisted of the 1st South Carolina Volunteers, Colonel Gregg; the 2d South Carolina Volunteers, Colonel Ke April—four days after the fall of Sumter—joined her fate to that of the Southern Confederacy.
One of the regiments of Bonham's brigade (Gregg's) had been sent in advance to Norfolk.
Its mission was to take possession of the navy-yard and protectn, in the Department of Alexandria, or the Alexandria line, as it was also called, the command of which devolved upon General Bonham.
He remained there until relieved, on the 1st of June, by General Beauregard.
As soon as he could be spared from