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The Federal Excursion into Florida. The Jacksonville (Fia,) Peninsula, a Yankee paper established since
s where cotton and cattle were to be found, left Jacksonville and ascended the river as far as Welaka, 110 mil ton, until he reached Lake Henry, 200 miles from Jacksonville.
From there he crossed the country to Smyrna on ed Northward to St Augustine, and from thence to Jacksonville, where he arrived on Friday, May 3rd after an ab ebel property:
The expedition started from Jacksonville a little before midnight on Tuesday, April 26th the east bank of the river, about 90 miles above Jacksonville, we arrived on Wednesday afternoon and immediate e Fannie and the Shell, were eventuality sent to Jacksonville, and the cotton take in charge of by the Treasur
There cannot be many Yankee troops now in Jacksonville.
We captured in a skirmish last week seven of t e their trips dangerous.
Prisoners taken at Jacksonville a few days since say that there are no more than
The Federal Excursion into Florida. The Jacksonville (Fia,) Peninsula, a Yankee paper established since the occupation of that town, has advertisements by Jas Remington, "U S Marshal," to sell the property of Hon David L Yuice, Gen Jas Flanagan, and other. The same paper contains the following history of Birney's devastating raid into Florida: On Tuesday, April 28, Gen Birney having received information from scouts and deserters of an intended rebel movement across the river St Johns, and having also collected accurate detailed as to the localities where cotton and cattle were to be found, left Jacksonville and ascended the river as far as Welaka, 110 miles from the mouth. On his way up he stationed pickets at every point where the enemy could have possibly crossed the river, to protect his communication, and to guard against the laying of torpedoes. As Welaka he quitted his vessels, which from the could get no further, and moved in the interior with a strong body of c