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s to prevent such an invasion as the one attempted by them, which had ended so disastrously. It was, therefore, absolutely necessary for the protection of the State that our Florida forces should still have the support of the troops that had come to their assistance at the battle of Olustee. Menaced by a formidable army not twenty miles distant it was truly a momentous crisis, and our commanding generals, deeply impressed by the gravity of the responsibility, moved their headquarters to Baldwin to be nearer the field of action and in readiness for any emergency. The opportune arrival of General Beauregard was hailed as a harbinger of relief. His presence infused new life into the army, and the confidence in his generalship and strategic ability inspired a stronger hope of ultimate success. For nearly two weeks he remained at Baldwin, making such judicious disposition of the troops as Would be most advantageous in the event of a defensive or aggressive movement. The same force
tle of Palatka evacuation of Camp Milton and Baldwin battle of Gainesville. The districts of M Finegan was directed to proceed by rail from Baldwin to Waldo with about 2,500 infantry and six pi the condition of transportation by rail from Baldwin to Waldo, he was provokingly detained, consumn retired down the road leading off direct to Baldwin, covering all the approaches with his pickets leading from Higginbotham and Camp Milton to Baldwin, about 2 miles from Baldwin. During the skirBaldwin. During the skirmishing referred to, the enemy were reinforced with 80 cavalry and two pieces of artillery. Their it arrived. Two trestles about 12 miles from Baldwin having been burned during that night the traiad; and fearing from the exposed condition of Baldwin that they would capture it, he moved his common from Callahan. I now determined to defend Baldwin, notwithstanding communication with Lake Citytwo other trestles between the St. Mary's and Baldwin were also on fire, and soon the guard at thos[3 more...]