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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)
mpaign in Florida. General Gillmore's despatch. Baldwin, Fla., February 9. To Major-General H. W. Halleck, General-inners were taken from a wagon which was being driven toward Baldwin. The cavalry went a distance of five miles, and brought iour troops are making preparations to march forward toward Baldwin at daylight to-morrow. Baldwin is a small town on the Flosame gentleman has nearly two hundred bales of cotton near Baldwin, which he had ordered to be sent to this place. General F further from the infantry. At seven A. M. we dashed into Baldwin, a place of fifteen buildings, the largest of which is then dollars of this stuff paid for a breakfast for nine. At Baldwin, the railroad from Fernandina to Cedar Keys crosses the Flken at Ten-Mile Run, also much of the property captured at Baldwin, have been sent to Jacksonville. Colonel Henry left Baldwf the tenth. At a point on the railroad, four miles above Baldwin, we came across thirteen bales of cotton, and further up,
Fernandina. A portion of the command reached Baldwin on the ninth, at which point I joined it on tring much loss, he has taken up a position at Baldwin, the junction of the railroad from Jacksonvilary's South-Fork, about twelve miles west of Baldwin. I intend to construct small works capabled, and push forward a mounted force as far as Baldwin at the junction of the two railroads. The ary night. The object of a prompt advance on Baldwin, and, if possible, beyond, is to get possessiSeymour: I want your command at and beyond Baldwin, concentrated at Baldwin without delay. I haBaldwin without delay. I have information of a mounted force that may trouble your right flank by fording the St. Mary's River. The First North-Carolina will be left at Baldwin, detaching three companies to Barber's. Co and his staff left Jacksonville, and reached Baldwin, twenty-two miles distant, the same evening. had to be left with a surgeon in charge. At Baldwin, Mr. Day, of the Sanitary Commission, and Rev[9 more...]