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eneral officers seeming to support this impression, etc. The testimony and papers before the Court show conclusively that Generals Brannan and Wood, officers junior to me in rank and entirely independent of my command, were the authors of these imputations, and that they used their official report for otherwise unauthorized censures which necessitated this investigation. Official copies or extracts from these official reports were not furnished until submitted before this Court, February eleventh, 1864. Nevertheless, true extracts from these reports appeared. from time to time in the public press, in direct violation of the following order: war Department, October 4, 1862. II. If any officer shall hereafter, without proper authority, permit the publication of any official letter or report, or allow any such document to pass into the hands of persons not authorized to receive it, his name will be submitted to the President for dismissal. This rule applies to all offici
igned to you a number of regular officers with organized parties. Q. A. Gillmore, Major-General Commanding. [B.] [Telegraphic Despatch.] Jacksonville, Feb. 11, 1864. General Seymour, beyond Baldwin: Eight companies of the Fifty-fourth Massachusetts have been ordered to Baldwin. Don't risk a repulse in advancing on Lakebuted between here and the South-Fork of the St. Mary's. Please report by telegraph from Baldwin. frequently. General Gillmore. [C.] Jacksonville, 10 P. M., Feb. 11, 1864. General Seymour: [By Courier from Baldwin.] If your advance meets serious opposition, concentrate at Sanderson and the South-Fork of the St. Mary's, and if necessary, bring back Henry to the latter place. General Gillmore. [D.] [Telegraphic Despatch.] Baldwin, Feb. 11, 1864, 2.30 P. M. Major-General Gillmore, St. Mary's: Your telegram just received. Command left for Sanderson. No news yet from Henry. Tilghman is at Baldwin. Two of his companies here. Tribley is at
Doc. 89.-retaliation in North-Carolina. The following correspondence passed between Generals Peck and Pickett: Headquarters of the army, and District of North-Carolina, Newbern, Northcarolina, Feb. 11, 1864. Major-General Pickett, Department of Virginia and North-Carolina, Confederate Army, Petersburgh: General: I have the honor to inclose a slip cut from the Richmond Examiner, February eighth, 1864. It is styled The advance on Newbern, and appears to have been extracted from the Petersburgh Register, a paper published in the city where your headquarters are located. Your attention is particularly invited to that paragraph which states that Colonel Shaw was shot dead by a negro soldier from the other side of the river, which he was spanning with a pontoon-bridge, and that the negro was watched and followed, taken, and hanged after the action at Thomuasville. The advance on. Newbern.--The Petersburgh Register gives the following additional facts of the advance on