patches to the War Department.— cavalry withdrawn from South Carolina and Georgia.
General Beauregard returns to Charlestonely the Third, Sixth, and Second Military Districts of South Carolina and the District of Georgia.
It read thus:
From Alabama and Mississippi10,000
From South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida8,000
From North Carolina2,000
nd, disclosing a probable movement of the enemy on the South Carolina coast, and warning General Beauregard to be prepared few Ironsides never fired another shot (on the coast of South Carolina) after this attack upon her. She remained some time atppointment of three major-generals, to take command of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida, with a view of thus converting er of higher rank than brigadier-general to command in South Carolina. General Hill has not entered on duty; he is awaiting rthwith.
I will leave to-morrow.
I have recalled all South Carolina and Georgia troops from Florida, except one battalion