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anding Company C. Edgar Abeal, Captain Commanding Company D. C. A. Dow, Lieutenant Commanding Company A. Copy: W. H. Bradshaw, Lieutenant and A. D.C. But fourth. As you may possibly consider the case of Robert Small, a brave fellow, whose conduct deserves more consideration than it has yet received — as an exception — I submit his statement, to which you will probably attach more credit than to any assertion of mine: United States steamer Planter, land's end, South-Carolina, April 4, 1864. To the Editors of the Evening Post: Please allow me, through your columns, to correct an error which I find by perusing your paper of the — ultimo, under the heading of General Seymour and the battle of Olustee, in which you say: His contemptuous treatment of Robert Small, the gallant colored pilot who brought the steamer Planter out of the harbor of Charleston, and who is one of the heroes of our war, has already been recorded in this paper. Through all courtesy to your paper and<
Finley been promptly notified, she would have been required, in the name of the United States, to be a little more considerate and charitable. Long live Colonel Hicks and the brave soldiers and marines who defended our city, and long live Captain Finley and the other noble hearts who contributed so fully and freely to the varied necessities of a panic-stricken, afflicted, and home-less people. See Fort Pillow Massacre, Doc. 1, ante. Another national account. Paducah, Ky., April 4. 1864. There have been so many different and conflicting versions of the recent fight at Paducah, Kentucky, published in the papers, that I have concluded, as I was here a part of the time, and in sight of the place all the time, quorum fui pars, to give you some reminiscences of it; now that the smoke of battle has entirely cleared away, the enemy have gone out of the country, and we can ascertain definitely what has taken place. I have been informed by one of our prominent officers her