War of the Rebellion: Serial 109 Page 0628 SW. VA., KY., TENN., MISS., ALA., w. FLA.,& N. GA. Chapter LXIV.

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[SEPTEMBER 10, 1864.]

Lieutenant DODGE:

Prepare list of all revolvers, sabers, and belts accounted for by Captain Walker.

WARREN,

Lieutenant.

FORT MORGAN, September 10, 1864--11.30 a. m.

Captain DENICKE:

Lieutenant Huiskamp is here with orders to take all instructed men, with all equipments issued to them, to New Orleans. Please send those with you by Lieutenant Adams, so I can get all together at Fort Gaines.

WARREN,

Lieutenant.

FLAG-SHIP, September 10, 1864.

(Received 11.40 a. m.)

Lieutenant WARREN:

I will take the two with me to New Orleans to-day or to-morrow.

DENICKE,

Captain.

FLAG-SHIP, September 10, 1864.

(Received 5.40 p. m.)

General BAILEY:

Mail-boat goes at 11 a. m. to-morrow.

DRAYTON,

Captain.

FORT MORGAN, September 10, 1864--7 p. m.

Colonel ROBINSON:

Send Lieutenant Dodge, signal officer, and two men, with equipments and two days' rations, to report to signal officer at Fort Morgan at once.

BAILEY,

General.

FORT MORGAN, September 10, 1864--7.15 p. m.

Mr. TRAIN:

Have all the stevedores at the wharf to unload the Saint Charles to-night.

OTTO JOHNSON,

Acting Assistant Quartermaster.

FORT GAINES, September 10, 1864.

(Received 7.45 p. m.)

General BAILEY:

The only rowboat I have went to Fort Morgan this afternoon. Will send signal officer and two men immediately on its arrival.

ROBINSON,

Colonel.

STEARNS' PLANTATION, September 11, 1864--8 p. m.

Captain WIGGIN:

Do you intend to stop inside the mouth of the bay to-night?

STONE,

Captain, Commanding Expedition.

Reply.--Will anchor here.

WIGGIN,

Captain, Commanding Gun-boats.

GUN-BOAT 42, September 11, 1864.

(Received 8.30 p. m.)

Captain STONE:

Are you aground?

WIGGIN,

Captain.

Reply.--Yes. Have to wait for tide.

STONE,

Captain.