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The Daily Dispatch: March 7, 1864., [Electronic resource], The question of Exchange — arrival of Confederate prisoners from Point Look out. (search)
as known to be at Lake City a week ago, and it is possible that he might have been in command or present at the battle. For this disaster poor Seymour has fallen under the ban, and one report says that Gillmore has placed him under arrest. The New York Post, in commenting upon the Florida disaster, says: We hope General Gillmore will now see the mistake he made in taking General Seymour with him to the Department, of the South, from which he had just before been sent away by General Hunter for ly conduct and language. It is reported that the advance on Olustee was made contrary to Gen. Gillmore's orders, and that had be at Jacksonville or Baldwin the battle would not have taken place. But he ought to have been taught by a former experience nor to trust General Seymour with and important command. It was this officer who planned and urged the assault on Fort Wayner on the 18th of last July, in which Gen. Strong, Colonel Shaw, and so many other gallant were sent to usele