returning, and all came back together. M.
We set out, and before daylight were landed on Santa Rosa Island, among Billy Wilson's Zouaves, away below, and marched five miles, fighting several battles before we got off the island — losing several ne mass of smouldering ruins.
The hospital structure is the only building now standing upon the Island of Santa Rosa.
Wilson's New York Zouaves camp was the first one reached.
The sentinels, completely surprised, were either killed or captured, ow over the head, which sent me rolling to the foot of the hill.
We were in line again, and as friends were engaged with Wilson's Zouaves, and our misfortune had prevented the possibility of cutting off their retreat, we double quickened for those qey arrived there together, I suppose they will have to share the glory.
As much fuss as the Northern papers have made of Wilson's Zouaves, and as proud as the United States is of such pets, I think them the most contemptibly cowardly wretches that e