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Authorizing and directing the Secretary of War to lease land on the Fort Moultrie (S. C.) Military Reservation to the owners of certain cottages thereon.

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Military Affairs

Authorizing and directing the Secretary of War to lease land on the Fort Moultrie (S. C.) Military Reservation to the owners of certain cottages thereon.

by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Military Affairs

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Land use,
  • Lease and rental services,
  • Military bases

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesLeasing land on Fort Moultrie military reservation to owners of certain cottages thereon
    SeriesS.rp.1920
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    Pagination2 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17254660M

    Secretary of War, Lewis Cass, directed field commanders that the soldiers should be confined to light exercises and limited patrol during the summer months Jesup, in a letter to Captain L. B. Webster at Fort . tion. which was agreed to. directing tne Secretary of War to report an estl m te as to restoring Quarter* for troops at Fort Moultrie, r- and to placing the fort on the highest degree ut strength tor defensive purpose*. Mr. Hoar offered a resolution, which was agreed to, ordering that on Wednesday next the farewell address of Washing.

    Thus, the Seminoles had succeeded in halting all river traffic for Fort Scott. John C. Calhoun, Secretary of War, feared that unless relief came to the beleaguered outpost soon, the 7th Infantry. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software. An illustration of two photographs. Full text of "Annual Report of the Secretary of War".

    Thus, the Seminoles had succeeded in halting all river traffic for Fort Scott. John C. Calhoun, Secretary of War, feared that unless relief came to the beleaguered outpost soon, the 7th Infantry would have to abandon the fort. Calhoun ordered Andrew Jackson to raise an adequate militia force and lead them to Fort . (3) All that tract of land, marsh and sandbank, known as the Casinas, containing three hundred and sixty () acres, more or less, near Cape Romain in Charleston County, being the tract granted to John Lee, William Lee and Charles E. Lee, August 3, , by grant recorded in grant book O No. 6, page , in the office of the Secretary of State.


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Authorizing and directing the Secretary of War to lease land on the Fort Moultrie (S. C.) Military Reservation to the owners of certain cottages thereon by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Military Affairs Download PDF EPUB FB2

On the morning 23 of Inaugural Day outgoing Secretary of War Holt received a dispatch from Major Anderson indicating that the remainder of the “issue” rations brought over from Fort Moultrie in December would last only a few more weeks.

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Lastly, there was the world-renowned Fort Sumter, which then stood, unfinished and ungarrisoned, on a little islet beside the main ship channel, at the entrance to the harbor, and facing Fort Moultrie just a mile away.

The proper war garrison of all the. Secretary Floyd's disappointment may be seen from this historic telegram. WAR DEPARTMENT, Adjutant-General's Office, Decem i Major Anderson, Fort Moultrie: Intelligence has reached here this morning that you have abandoned Fort Moultrie, spiked your guns, burned the carriages, and gone to Fort Sumter.

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CHAPTER I. FORT MOULTRIE IN The Garrison of Fort Moultrie.—Early Indications of Secession.—Situation of the Fort.—Edmund Ruffin and Robert Barnwell Rhett.—The Secretary of War.—Arms sent to the South.—Colonel Gardner.—Captain Foster ordered to Charleston Harbor.—The Officers at Fort Moultrie.—Communications with Northern Men by.

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The debate continued until Apwhen, following the April 12 firing on Fort Sumter, Gov. John W. Ellis received a telegram from Simon Cameron, Lincoln's secretary of war. The telegram, which was sent to all states still in the Union, asked for two regiments of troops for immediate military service.

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Ap In the official summary of his inspection-tour presented to U.S. Secretary of War Dearborn, Williams describes how the southern portions of old Fort Moultrie [later to be remembered as “Fort Moultrie No.

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