ing's Point on the night of the 6th wounded five men of a colored regiment.
A large propeller was discovered aground toward Sullivan's Island on the morning of the 8th, whereupon our guns opened from land and sea, soon destroying her. We gave our fire sometimes from the great guns in volleys,—their united explosions shaking the whhe regiment, for he was a devoted patriot, a kind-hearted man, and an exceedingly brave soldier.
Captain Emilio came to camp with Company E from Fort Green, on the 8th, when relieved by Lieutenant Newell with Company B. Captain Tucker and Company H reported from Black Island on the 20th, and Lieutenant Duren and Company D were relrge steamer on the night of October 5, in attempting to run into Charleston, struck a wreck and sank, showing only her masts above water when daylight came.
On the 8th the weather suddenly grew colder, with lower temperature the next day, when a chilling northwest wind blew.
We received forty-seven recruits on the 11th, who had l