War of the Rebellion: Serial 065 Page 0238 S. C., FLA., AND ON THE GA. COAST. Chapter XLVII.

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FORT SUMTER, August 25, 1864.

Thirty columbiad shells fired at fort to-day, of which 28 hit; 19 Parrott shells, of which 3 hit. No casualties.

T. A. HUGUENIN,

Captain, Commanding.

Captain SEABROOK,

Acting Assistant Adjutant-General.

FORT SUMTER, August 26, 1864 - 10 a. m.

Thirty-five columbiad shells fired at the fort last night, of which 16 missed; 18 Parrott shells, of which 9 missed. Two negroes killed, and 2 negroes wounded. Special Orders, Numbers 3, May 26, 1864, is the order by which Shetly and Miller were detailed.

T. A. HUGUENIN,

Captain, Commanding.

Captain SEABROOK,

Acting Assistant Adjutant-General.

FORT SUMTER, August 27, 1864 - 9.26 a. m.

Eight Parrott shells fired at the fort last night, of which 5 missed; 27 columbiad shells, of which 2 missed. No casualties.

T. A. HUGUENIN,

Captain, Commanding.

Captain E. M. SEABROOK,

Acting Assistant Adjutant-General.

FORT SUMTER, August 27, 1864.

You will please send me down pay and muster rolls enough for two companies. Eleven Parrott shells fired at the fort to-day, all of which missed; 35 columbiads, of which 3 missed. No casualties.

HUGUENIN,

Captain.

Captain SEABROOK,

Acting Assistant Adjutant-General.

FORT SUMTER, 28, 1864 - 2.25 p. m.

Eighteen Parrott shots were fired at the fort last night, of which 17 missed; 32 columbiads, of which 5 missed. One negro wounded.

T. A. HUGUENIN,

Captain, Commanding.

Captain E. M. SEABROOK,

Acting Assistant Adjutant-General.

FORT SUMTER, August 28, 1864 - 9.15 p. m.

The enemy floated a torpedo down from direction of Johnson, which exploded near our wharf; no damage as far as ascertained yet. I think the enemy have our pass-word.

T. A. HUGUENIN,

Captain, Commanding.

Brigadier-General RIPLEY.