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Defence of Fort Morgan--reports of General R. L. Page. [We are glad to be able to present the following original Ms. reports of General R. L. Page, which have n
er been in print, and which give a clear statement of the gallant defence of Fort Morgan.
They would have appeared most appropriately in immediate connection with G time for that, they are given here.]
headquarters Third brigade, D. G., Fort Morgan, August 6th, 1864. General D. H. Maury, Commanding, &c., Mobile:
General well and the surrender of Fort Gaines I had the honor of addressing you from Fort Morgan, on the 8th instant.
It embraced the military operations to that date.
A which was entirely exposed.
Thus absolutely to prevent the probability of Fort Morgan's being reduced at the first test and onset by the heavy batteries of the en llow the opening of our batteries, we. demand the unconditional surrender of Fort Morgan and its dependencies.
We are very respectfully, your obedient servants, D