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Letter from Mississippi. 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 aGeneral Tilghman and Major McCormico address a large and respectable concourse of citizens here, in response to a serenade given them by the brass band of the Maryland regiment. General Tilghman's recital of his capture and subsequent incarceration was highly interesGeneral Tilghman's recital of his capture and subsequent incarceration was highly interesting. General Buckner and himself were thrown into a dungeon thirty feet under ground, and for four months and a half were excluded from the light of day and not permitted to exchange a word with any living soul. He urged the people of the South to drive the foe from before it — Europe would not be long in withholding a merited recognition of our independence — Both Tilghman and McCormico vowed never again to be caught within the walls of a mud trap. They had thrown away the spade, and wo<