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ippi. address of Gen. Tilghman--the evacuation of Baton Rouge — a negro regiment to Guard Confederate prisoners in Mississippi. Jackson, Miss. Aug. 18, 1862. I had the pleasure of hearing General Tilghman and Major McCormico address a large and respectable concourse of citizens here, in response to a serenadeecting persons of "secession proclivities," to degrade them under the surveillance of negro soldiers. C. M. W. Provost Marshal's Office, Leavenworth, August, 18, 1862 Major T. J. Weed. Acting Assistant Adjutant General: Sir --I hereby request the privilege of placing in the camp of the 12th (colored) regiment such pefully, your ob't sv't, E. A. Calkins, Maj. 3d Wis. Cav. and Provost Marshal. Office of Recruiting Commission,Department of Kansas, Leavenworth City August 18, 1862 Major E. A. Calkins, Provost Marshal: Sir --In compliance with your request, contained in your note of this date, Captain J. M. Williams, commanding the