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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 8. (ed. Frank Moore), Doc. 87.-the campaign in Florida. (search)
e also driven in. To-night our troops are making preparations to march forward toward Baldwin at daylight to-morrow. Baldwin is a small town on the Florida Central Railroad, and eighteen miles distant from here. General Seymour has already esaken at Ten-Mile Run, also much of the property captured at Baldwin, have been sent to Jacksonville. Colonel Henry left Baldwin at nine o'clock on the morning of the tenth. At a point on the railroad, four miles above Baldwin, we came across thirtsort. At one P. M., we moved forward, and arrived at Sanderson at six P. M. Sanderson is a village a little larger than Baldwin, a railroad station, and distant from Jacksonville forty miles. The rebels had left the place fifteen minutes before we emy were seen. The rebel Major Phillips had a camp of men near by not long since. The property brought away was marked Baldwin. The hospital transport Cosmopolitan on the following day went up the same river to a place called Picolata. The troop
truction of certain defences at Jacksonville, Baldwin, and the south fork of the St. Mary's, I starfty-fourth Massachusetts have been ordered to Baldwin. Don't risk a repulse in advancing on Lake Ce St. Mary's. Please report by telegraph from Baldwin. frequently. General Gillmore. [C.] Jackso1, 1864. General Seymour: [By Courier from Baldwin.] If your advance meets serious oppositionn we landed here, they were eighty miles from Baldwin, on the Albany and Gulf Railroad. You shouldt would be the south prong of the St. Mary's, Baldwin, Jacksonville, Magnolia, and Pilatka, and than again took up the line of retreat, reaching Baldwin at about three P. M. They halted here a short station on the railroad between Barber's and Baldwin we burnt a building containing two thousand b ordnance, and clothing had been hauled up to Baldwin by horse-power. Here, too, the thrice-blesserepare for us when we did advance. We left Baldwin, at the junction of the Jacksonville and Tall[9 more...]