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rnoon of January 9th Brig.-Gen. E. L. Tracy, commanding the First brigade, called his captains together.
At 8 p. m. Captains Walton, Dreux, and Meilleur, answering to the call, assembled their troops fully equipped.
The men were excited; what was mands ran a joy to be about something.
Between ten and twelve o'clock the following companies under the command of Colonel Walton, of the Washington artillery, marched on board the steamer Natchez, already chartered for the expedition by Maj.-Gen.he purpose of saluting Louisiana's flag; present: the Third brigade, General Tracy; battalion of Washington artillery, Major Walton; Louisiana Guards; Montgomery Guards; Sarsfield Guards; Louisiana Legion, General Palfrey, represented by first and sellowed by twenty others.
With the last gun the Pelican flag ascended, eagerly to be unfurled to the Southern breeze.
Major Walton invited three cheers, which the troops gave in ringing measure—bravuras answered by the multitudes crowded in the str