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; Jno C Lasson, 87th N Y; Jas H Bradt, 101st N Y; E Bishop, 2d N J; C Wrebeck, 2d N J; D Schortz, 12th Pa Cav; Wm Fisher, A D C to Gen McClellan, attached to Gen Rickett's Staff; 1st Lieuts Geo C Moqk, 1st Michigan; Geo W Duncan, 1st N Y; J D Schuller, 87th N Y; R H McAteer, 12th Pa Cav; Geo Hudson, Adj't 87th N Y; Geo Van Vient, 105th Pa; Romane Roff, 97th N Y; A W Norris, 107th Pa; 2d Lieut A G Bonsall, Acting Adj't 12th Pa Cav; 1st Lieuts Henry Bower, Adj't 73d Pa; J M Liniard, A D C to Gen Birney; W T Allen, 1st N Y; C B Brockway, 1st Pa Art; H E Tr. Maine, A A A G, Sickles's Brigade; E P Berry, Q M 5th N J; C D McLean, 1st U S Sharpshooters; M M Jones, 2d N Y Art; H O Hooker, do; A G Heffron, 79th N Y; R P Bi by, Adj't 6th N H; Geo Wehn, 12th Pa Cav; Abram Lang, 12th Pa Cav; 2d Lieuts John Stepper, 1st Mich; A E Chester, 1st Ohio Cav; Chas J McClure, 11th Ohio; F Pendergrast, 38th N Y; L B Sampson, 84th Pa; Warren Cox, 3d Me; Thos Murley, 12th Pa Cav; Dellass Chase, 12th Pa Cav; J
The Daily Dispatch: June 3, 1864., [Electronic resource], The Federal Excursion into Florida. (search)
on David L Yuice, Gen Jas Flanagan, and other. The same paper contains the following history of Birney's devastating raid into Florida: On Tuesday, April 28, Gen Birney having received informaGen Birney having received information from scouts and deserters of an intended rebel movement across the river St Johns, and having also collected accurate detailed as to the localities where cotton and cattle were to be found, left ble band of local Floridian as who had been hiding in the woods from the conscription, joined Gen Birney on his march and rendered valuable assistance as guides and cattle drivers. The followin We have now about fifty or them with us as scouts and guides come of them splendid fellows. Gen Birney believes, and Lagree with him, that if he has arms supplied him he can raise men enough in Eas one of them from Smyrna to the St Johns river, and consequently ended thus my connection with Gen Birney's raid. And of this raid I wish to say, in conclusion, that no enterprise was ever better pla