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Chapter 33: General Beauregard desires the Engineers' reports of the condition of Fort Sumter. conference between Colonel Rhett, the Engineer officers, and Captain Harleston on the 24th of August. additional report of Colonels Gilmer and Harris. General Beauregard resolves not to evacuate the Fort, but to withdraw the Artillery from it, and make it, for the time being, an infantry post. his instructions to General Ripley.-he Recommends Colonel Rhett for promotion. work done by
In order to form a correct opinion of the precise condition of Fort Sumter after the bombardment (of which a description was given in the preceding chapter), based on Colonel Rhett's and the Engineers' reports, the following order, on the 24th of August, was forwarded to Colonel Harris:
Colonel,—General Beauregard directs that you proceed immediately to Fort Sumter (together with Colonel Gilmer, if agreeable to him), to confer with Colonel Rhett, his Chief of Artillery, and Lieutenan