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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing) 4 0 Browse Search
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Hatteras and the coast defence. --The Charlotte (N. C.) Democrat, of Monday, says: A great deal has been said about who is to blame for the loss of Fort Hatteras. We find in the State Journal the message of Governor Clark, and report of Hon. Warren Winslow, Military Secretary, submitted to the House of Commons on the 6th of September, in response to a resolution of that body calling for information on the subject. We have been one of those who thought the State authorities at Raleiuld do towards preparing the coast for defensive operations. If they are to blame for anything, it is for not making known to the people of the State that their requisitions on the Confederate Government were not acceded to. We learn that Gov. Clark is now doing all he can to defend the coast, and is sending forward companies and regiments as fast as they can be equipped. He made a request recently of the Secretary of War, that a few well drilled regiments be sent to our coast, promising