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The Daily Dispatch: June 20, 1864., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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lated the organization of eighteen regiments of five hundred men, with the same number of officers as in the regiments of one thousand. There were already three full regiments organized several months previous as "Louisiana native guards," and Gen Ulman had already commenced recruiting for the five regiments know subsequently as Ulman's Brigade.--These eight regiments were made the nucleus of the new corps, and during the summer and autumn of 1863, through the channels opened by the progress oUlman's Brigade.--These eight regiments were made the nucleus of the new corps, and during the summer and autumn of 1863, through the channels opened by the progress of the campaign, there were men enough enlisted to swell the number of regiments to about twenty five, and Gen George L. Andrews was placed in command of the corps. But, unfortunately it was found that the physical qualifications of the negroes were not equal to the hardships of drill and fatigue duty many of them having in them the seeds of old and surely fatal diseases, brought on by the vicious habits of plantation life, and many others being as yet young and immature in body, and marked by