[1863-09-11] OPERATIONS AGAINST CHARLESTON; Nineteen Guns and Seventyfive Men Captured on Morris Island.
[1863-09-12] GEN. GILLMORE’S SUCCESSES …Morris Island in Full Possession of Our Forces.
[1863-09-12] Details of the Operations at Charleston.; A NARROW ESCAPE FOR FORT SUMTER.
[1863-09-13] IMPORTANT FROM CHARLESTON.; Advices to the Afternoon of Wednesday, Sept. 9. An Unsuccessful Attempt to Occupy Fort Sumter.
[1863-09-13] OUR PORT ROYAL CORRESPONDENCE.; The Bombardment Progressing Favorably The Occupation and Possession of Forts Wagner and Gregg
[1863-09-13] OUR MORRIS ISLAND CORRESPONDENCE; The Bombardment by the Iron-Clads The Rebel Batteries Silenced
Tags: bombardment of Ft Sumter, Gen Quincy Gillmore, Morris Island, siege of Charleston
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