OF THE SOUTH,
Head, Port Royal, S. C., April 25, 1863.
The Sixth Connecticut and Fourth New Hampshire Regiments will proceed to Folly
Island, commanding officers to report to Brigadier- General Yogdes for duty.
The Third New Hampshire and Seventy-Sixth Pennsylvania will land at Botany Bay Island, and with the Ninety-seventh Pennsylvania,
which will be transferred from Seabrook Island to Botany Bay, will constitute a post at the latter-named place under the command
of Col. Henry R. Guss.
command of Maj. Gen. D. Hunter:
Col. and Asst. Adjt. Gen.,
Army Corps, Dept. of the South.
SOURCE: The war of the rebellion: a compilation of the official records of the Union
and Confederate armies. ; Series 1 - Volume 53; page 88.