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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 8. (ed. Frank Moore), Doc. 87.-the campaign in Florida. (search)
ord what he wanted, as one of our number in searching the trash in the deot came across one hundred and fifty dollars' worth of confederate notes. Twenty-seven dollars of this stuff paid for a breakfast for nine. At Baldwin, the railroad from Fernandina to Cedar Keys crosses the Florida Central. It will be seen at a glance that it is an important place for us to hold. In the afternoon, General Seymour and staff came up from Jacksonville, and later in the day, General Gillmore, with a portiono our possession, fired the one and sank the other. A gun which was planted to protect the stream was captured by us the next day. Most of the crew have given themselves up as deserters. Yesterday morning the gunboat John Adams came in from Fernandina with a locomotive and several cars to be used on the Florida Central Railroad. The rails on this road are in good condition, and have been little used. The track at the Jacksonville end, and that portion which Colonel Henry destroyed, also a
nction of the two railroads from Jacksonville and Fernandina. A portion of the command reached Baldwin on the the railroad from Jacksonville with the one from Fernandina. He holds also the crossing of the St. Mary's Soed in this State (one at St. Augustine and one at Fernandina) ought to be ample in Florida. The artillery c sent instructions to Colonel Goss, commanding at Fernandina, to have the railroad tracks on both roads torn us is ordered to keep six companies in motion from Fernandina constantly, and at least five days out of seven (rs to have been done upon the locomotive while at Fernandina. So it is reported to me. The prompt use of a, Assistant Adjutant-General, will proceed to Fernandina, Florida, and other convenient points in that State, fp of half a dozen similar old refuse picked up at Fernandina when our troops arrived there two years ago. It wjunction of the Jacksonville and Tallahassee, and Fernandina and Cedar Keys railroads, about twenty miles west