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met the army tug Red Legs, bearing a message from my Adjutant, Captain Dayton, of that morning, the twenty-first, to the effect that our troof, and has been of great assistance in the field and office. Captain Dayton still remains as my Adjutant General. All have, as formerly, farmy of the Tennessee, Savannah, Georgia, December 28, 1864. Captain L. M. Dayton, Aid-de-Camp: Captain: I have the honor to submit the folarmy of the Tennessee, Savannah, Georgia, December 28, 1864. Captain L. M. Dayton, Aid-de-Camp: Captain: The campaign of Savannah is so cloleft wing, army of Georgia, Savannah, Georgia, Jan. 9, 1865. Captain L. M. Dayton, Aid-de-Camp: Captain: I have the honor of submitting thesion Mississippi, near Savannah, Georgia, December, 1864. To Captain L. M. Dayton, Aid-de-Camp to Major-General Sherman: Captain: I have thort of casualties in army of the Tennessee not received. Report of missing in cavalry division not received. (Official) L. M. Dayton,
n near Ossabaw my steamer grounded. We started in the barge to pull, and were nearly in the waters of Ossabaw when a tug came along with the following telegram for General Sher man: from Station near headquarters, December 4, 1864--M. To General Sherman: General Howard reports one of General Leggett's brigades near Savannah, and no enemy. Prisoners say the city is abandoned and enemy gone to Hardeeville. Wood captured six guns. Slocum got eight guns, and is moving on the city. Dayton, Aid-de-Camp. It was now about three P. M. General Sherman hastened to his headquarters, and I to the division of vessels lying in front of Beaulieu. The facts of the case were soon apparent. Captain Scott, of the Sonoma, was in possession of Fort Beaulieu and Rosedew. I landed at the former, and after giving some brief directions, was on my way from it when I received a note from General Sherman, dated half-past 6 P. M., with two telegrams from General Howard, one saying, Tatnall int
made for trans-shipping the prisoners outside, I felt it my duty to parole them. A report appeared in the papers that the prisoners were paroled contrary to Mr. Dayton's instructions. This is erroneous. Communication was had with Mr. Dayton on the subject of the officers, and after these the men were paroled. I have the hMr. Dayton on the subject of the officers, and after these the men were paroled. I have the honor to be, very respectfully, your obedient servant, John A. Winslow, Captain. Hon. Gideon Welles, Secretary of the Navy, Washington, D. C. Captain Winslow's detailed Report. United States steamer Kearsarge, English Channel, July 30, 1864. sir: In obedience to instructions of the department, I have the honor to make n-in-chief, and Monsieur Aubin, surgeon of second class, and provost of the hospital, claim especial commendation. I am pleased to report that his excellency Mr. Dayton has made a proper representation of the valuable services rendered by these gentlemen to the minister of the marine at Paris, and to the Department of State at