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Chapter 11: Florida again? Let me revert once more to my diary, for a specimen of the sharp changes and s
s said, we go. Meanwhile we hear stirring news from Florida, and the men are very impatient to be off. It is re course the Floridians would naturally wish to go to Florida.
But in every way I see the gradual change in t ed away anywhere, I hope it will be either to go to Florida or else stay here!
February 18, 1864.
Sublime u n at least-- than for the others.
At the same time Florida is fascinating, and offers not only adventure, but eneral Gillmore, who has decided not to order us to Florida at all, nor withdraw any of this garrison.
Moreover, he says that all which is intended in Florida is done,--that there will be no advance to Tallahassee, and Ge f us from hearing vague stories of a lost battle in Florida, and from the thought that perhaps the very ambulan , and I longed to ask them what they thought of our Florida disappointment now?
In view of what they saw, did