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United States steamer Planter, land's end, South-Carolina, April 4, 1864. To the Editors of the Evening Post:
Please allow me, through your columns, to correct an error which I find by perusing your paper of the — ultimo, under the heading of General Seymour and the battle of Olustee, in which you say: His contemptuous treatment of Robert Small, the gallant colored pilot who brought the steamer Planter out of the harbor of Charleston, and who is one of the heroes of our war, has already been recorded in this paper.
Through all courtesy to your paper and justice where justice is due, I must say that from the first day of my arrival within the Union lines, General Seymour has always shown me the greatest regard, whenever in public or private, inquiring how I was or if I was in need.
Shortly after turning the Planter over to the United States Government, General Seymour sent for me, and after several interrogations,