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and honey in any quantity. I brought away a large camp kettle and frying pans that belonged to old General Taylor, and also many of his private papers. I have one letter of his own hand writing, and many from Secretary Marcy--some from General Scott, and some from the traitor Floyd. I brought to camp four battles of claret wine. Lieutenant — brought away half a barrel of the best syrup from the sugar house, and a large can of honey. The camp kettle and pans I intend to send home. arty, that it was strange to this day larges should be made against Floyd for stealing arms, and him for arming the South, when a he publican, committee in Congress had exonerated Floyd, and he had been vindicated, in the open avowal of General Scott, that he had not the means, North or South, to protect some fourteen I Southern fortifications. It expressed a firm faith in the full restoration of the Union through the new and ground of interest, that the South out of the Union would be