d shots jammed in the guns.
The crew will leave the ship for Screven's Ferry, at the same time scuttling the ships effectually.
Guns on the Lower End of Hutchinson's Island.—Spike the guns and jam shots in them.
Break the carriages.
The foregoing plan was adopted on the advice and approval of Generals Beauregard and Hardee.d, as you will see by referring to the note of General Hardee.
By the 13th the bridge was completed across the main channel, and the causeway was made over Hutchinson's Island.
The completion of the bridge was delayed by the destruction of rice boats, collected by my orders at different points on the river, by the cavalry we had at least such was my impression from our consultations, and this view his note of the 13th, urging the construction of a floating wharf on the north side of Hutchinson's Island, seems to corroborate.
We were certainly in a precarious situation, but I urged that the enemy had not yet shown the disposition to act in the direction wh