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uting parties and foraging details went out each day, the latter bringing in beeves, poultry, and potatoes. Pickets from the Fifty-fourth alternated with those from the Third United States Colored Troops, and furnished garrisons for the block houses and stockades. From beyond the St. Mary's our advance forces had been all drawn back to Barber's by the 13th. Henry was sent to the southward. Capt. George Marshall, Fortieth Massachusetts, at Gainesville on the 15th repulsed the noted Captain Dickison, Second Florida Cavalry, with a superior force. From Barber's on the 14th a detachment went to Callahan Station and destroyed the railroad and bridges there. This Florida expedition was a subject of Congressional inquiry. Seymour's letters disclose a most remarkable change of views and purposes. Gillmore was for holding Jacksonville as a base, and Baldwin, Pilatka, and other secondary posts with small garrisons and earthworks. After a conference with Seymour on the 14th at Jacks
muster-out, 191. De Molay, steamer, 33, 35, 37, 39. De Mortie, sutler, 108. Department of the South, 1, 31, 48, 172, 185, 193, 229, 231, 267. Departure from Boston, 32. De Pass, William L., 242. Deserters, Execution of, 48, 143. Deserters from enemy, 182, 249, 256, 260, 264, 265. Destroying railroad trains, 295, 297, 298, 306. Dexter, Benjamin F., 34, 84, 92, 105, 149. Devaux's Neck, S. C., 256, 257, 261, 263, 264, 265, 267, 269. Devendorf, Charles A, 170. Dickison, J. J., 155. Dingle's Mill, S. C., 294. Discharge of Regiment, 318. Dislike to Colored Soldiers, 6, 146, 217. Doboy Sound, Ga., 41. Dorsey, Thomas, 298. Douglass, Frederick H., 10, 12, 14, 24, 33, 34. Douglass, Lewis H., 12, 34. Dow, J. B., 16. Downing, George T., 12, 17. Dragoon, Brig, 196. Drums received, 230. Duer, A. P., 103. Duncan, John B., 261. Dupont, S. F., 46. Duren, Charles M., 145, 164, 183, 202, 219, 234, 276, 288, 316. Dwight, William, 16. Dye, P. E., 313.