List of killed and wounded.
Command. Killed. Wounded. Missing.
Privates 2 3 ..............
Officers .............. 1 ..............
Privates .............. 1 ..............
Privates .............. 1 1
Grand total 2 6 1
The loss of the enemy is supposed to have been larger, but cold not be certainly ascertained, as his killed and wounded were carried off in wagons seized on the neighboring plantations.
Very respectfully, your obedient servant,
W. S. WALKER,
Colonel, Commanding Third Military District.
Major L. R. WADDY, Assistant Adjutant-General.
HDQRS. DEPT. OF SOUTH CAROLINA AND GEORGIA,
Charleston, S. C., June 13, 1862.
COLONEL: I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your report of the engagement of May 29 between the troops of your command and a comparatively large force of the enemy at or near Pocotaligo. The major-general commanding directs me to thank that portion of the troops engaged for their gallant, noble, and daring conduct on that occasion in meeting and holding in check a much larger force for several hours, fighting the enemy at every available point with the usual gallantry, thus saving the railroad from capture.
I am, colonel, very respectfully,
J. R. WADDY,
Colonel W. S. WALKER, Commanding Third Military District.
JUNE 3, 1862.-Skirmish on James Island, S. C.
Numbers 1.-Lieutenant Ocran H. Howard, Acting Signal Officer, U. S. Army.
Numbers 2.-Brigadier General S. R. Gist, C. S. Army.
Numbers 3.-Lieutenant Colonel Ellison Capers, Twenty-fourth South Carolina Infantry.
Numbers 4.-Lieutenant Colonel P. C. Gaillard, Twenty-seventh South Carolina Infantry.
Numbers 1. Reports of Lieutenant Ocran H. Howard, Acting Signal Officer, U. S. Army.
SIGNAL STATION, Beaufort, S. C., June 23, 1862.
CAPTAIN: I have the honor to report that on the 1st day of June I
*See also "Confederate Correspondence, etc.," under dates of June 3-4, 1862, post