ral Gillmore, St. Mary's:
Your telegram just received.
Command left for Sanderson.
No news yet from Henry.
Tilghman is at Baldwin.
Two of his companies here.
Tribley is at pickets.
No negroes come in, nor any one else.
I will keep you advised promptly. T. Seymour, Brigadier-General.
Sanderson, 7 A. M., Feb. 12, 1864. General Gillmore:
I last night ordered Colonel Henry to fall back to this point.
I am destroying all public property here, and shall go back to South-Fork St. Mary's as soon as Henry returns.
I have not heard from him since last night, when he was seven miles this side Lake City.
I hope he will be in this morning.
I am sending a regiment out to meet him. Sanderson cannot be fortified to advantage.
I would advise sending Tribley's regiment to Pilatka, and to make it a point to be held permanently. T. Seymour.
Jacksonville, February 12. General Seymour:
I want your command at and beyond Baldwin, concentrat