la., June 2, 1898.
dear General,—I am very glad to have received your officers, General Enrique Collazo and Lieut.-Col. Carlos Hernandez, the latter of whom returns tonight with our best wishes for your success.
It would be a very great assistae as possible in the vicinity of the harbor of Santiago de Cuba, and communicate any information, by signals, which Colonel Hernandez will explain to you, either to our navy or to our army on its arrival, which we hope will be before many days.
Nelson A. Miles, Major-General, Commanding U. S. A., Lieutenant-General Garcia, Cuban Army.
Colonel Hernandez, one of General Garcia's staff-officers, left Key West with this letter on June 2; General Garcia received it on Ju at Tampa on June 12, for my information:
Mole St. Nicholas, Haiti.
General Miles's letter received through Colonel Hernandez on June 6.
Garcia regards his wishes and suggestions as orders, and immediately will take measures to concentrate
on Lake Monroe, and retire......Feb. 9, 1837
Indians assembled in large numbers at Fort Dade, by articles of capitulation agree to withdraw south of the Hillsboro River, and prepare at once to emigrate to the West......March 6, 1837
General Hernandez captures two camps of Indians and negroes......Sept. 10, 1837
General Hernandez, by order of General Jesup, captures Osceola and sends him to Fort Moultrie, S. C., as a prisoner......Oct. 21, 1837
General Taylor routs a large Indian fGeneral Hernandez, by order of General Jesup, captures Osceola and sends him to Fort Moultrie, S. C., as a prisoner......Oct. 21, 1837
General Taylor routs a large Indian force at Okeechobee Lake......Dec. 25, 1837
Battle at Wacassassa River......Dec. 26, 1837
Action with Seminoles at Jupiter Inlet; General Jesup wounded......Jan. 24, 1838
General Jesup offering peace, many Indians come into camp, agreeing to let the President decide whether they remain in the country or not......February, 1838
President determining to enforce the treaties, General Jesup captures about 700 Indians and negroes......March 22, 1838
Over 1,000 Indians removed to the We