War of the Rebellion: Serial 065 Page 0242 S. C., FLA., AND ON THE GA. COAST. Chapter XLVII.

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FORT SUMTER, September 12, 1864.

All quiet here this morning. Large working party at Gregg. There have been five monitors on the fleet for several days.

T. A. HUGUENIN,

Captain, Commanding.

Captain NANCE,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

FORT SUMTER, September 13, 1864 - 11 a. m.

All quiet here this morning.

HUGUENIN,

Captain, Commanding.

Captain NANCE,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

FORT SUMTER, September 13, 1864 - 11.30 a. m.

Enemy very busy with large working party, wagons, &c., at Gregg.

T. A. HUGUENIN,

Captain, Commanding.

Captain NANCE.

FORT SUMTER, September 16, 1864 - 11.30 a. m.

Thirty-seven shots fired at the fort, of which 7 missed; 29 Parrott shells struck the fort 1 mortar hit. Private J. C. Ray, Company I, Second Georgia, wounded severely in leg. Two negroes killed and 3 wounded.

T. A. HUGUENIN,

Captain, Commanding.

Captain SEABROOK,

Acting Assistant Adjutant-General.

FORT SUMTER, September 17, 1864.

Enemy keeps up a brisk fire with small-arms in answer to ours. Eight men of First South Carolina Infantry reported last night. Can I go to mount Pleasant to-morrow?

T. A. HUGUENIN,

Captain, Commanding.

Captain SEABROOK,

Acting Assistant Adjutant-General.

FORT SUMTER, September 17, 1864 - 6.40 p. m.

The Yankees have done no work to-day at Gregg because of our sharpshooters. Forty-four shots fired to-day at fort (18 missed), mostly from small rifle guns. No casualties.

T. A. HUGUENIN,

Captain, Commanding.

Captain SEABROOK,

Acting Assistant Adjutant-General.