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Doc. 84.-a rebel soldier's Diary of the enemy's approach to and withdrawal from before Charleston, S. C., May, June and July, 1862. May 17.--Enemy sounding Stono Channel in barges. One fired on from Goat Island by riflemen, and driven off. May 19.--Several of the enemy's gunboats attempted to enter Stono Inlet; one ran aground and all put back. May 20.--Three gunboats crossed the Bar and entered the Stono River about three o'clock A. M. One ran up and anchored a little below Batter
ant batteries of Col. T. G. Lamar and of Capt.----Warley, in the direction of Secessionville, rendered the enemy's advance across the causeway, though repeatedly threatened, too perilous for him to attempt.
Brig.-Gen. H. W. Mercer arrived from Charleston in the afternoon.
Col. Johnson Hagood, First regiment South-Carolina volunteers, previously detained in the city by his duties as Provost-Marshal, joined his regiment during the day. Casualties light.
Brig.-Gen. Gist and aids, covered with sa