Nineteenth Georgia Regiment, from Fort Johnson to Morris Island.
Sixty-first North Carolina Regiment, from Morris Island to Sullivan's Island.
Miles' company, Charleston Battalion, from the city to Morris Island.
Company A, Second South Carolina Artillery, from Morris Island to Fort Johnson.
Company G, Second South Carolina Artillery, from Fort Johnson to Morris Island.
Company C, Lucas' battalion, from Morris Island to Fort Johnson.
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By command of Brigadier-General Ripley:
WM. F. NANCE,
Abstract from return of the army in Department of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida, General G. T. Beauregard, commanding, for the period ending August 1, 1863; headquarters Charleston, S. C.
Present for duty.
Command. Officers. Men. Effective
First Military 736 9,530 10,254
Second Military 52 791 878
Third Military 123 1,924 2,138
Fourth Military 66 845 970
District of Georgia 230 3,114 3,609
District of East 74 1,087 1,135
District of Middle 106 2,094 2,242
Total 1,387 19,385 21,226
Command. Aggregate Aggregate Pieces of
present. present and artillery.
First Military 12,130 16,969 20
Second Military 1,028 1,492 8
Third Military 2,489 3,108 23
Fourth Military 1,149 1,608 16
District of Georgia 4,324 5,326 16
District of East 1,318 1,850 13
District of Middle 2,777 3,586 ...
Total 25,215 33,939 96
HDQRS. DEPT. SOUTH CAROLINA, GEORGIA, AND FLORIDA,
Charleston, S. C., August 1, 1863.
Captain FRANCIS D. LEE,
C. S. Engineers:
CAPTAIN: In fitting up the torpedo ram for the new plan of operations, it will be necessary to add a "cutwater;" also to attach spar torpedoes to the sides, in the manner explained verbally to you by the commanding general.
Respectfully, your obedient servant,
Chief of Staff.
CHARLESTON, S. C., August 1, 1863 - 7 a. m.
General S. COOPER,
Adjutant and Inspector General, Richmond, Va.:
Heavy firing yesterday from enemy's land batteries, with but little damage to Wagner. Only 7 casualties.
G. T. BEAUREGARD,