War of the Rebellion: Serial 065 Page 0275 Chapter XLVII. THE FLORIDA EXPEDITION.

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No. 5.-Colonel Joseph R. Hawley, Seventh Connecticut Infantry, commanding brigade, of engagement at Olustee.

No. 6.-Captain Benjamin F. Skinner, Seventh Connecticut Infantry, of engagement at Olustee.

No. 7.-Captain Charles C. Mills, Seventh Connecticut Infantry, of engagement at Olustee.

No. 8.-Colonel Joseph C. Abbott, Seventh New Hampshire Infantry, of engagement at Olustee.

No. 9.-Captain Romanzo C. Bailey, U. S. Colored Infantry, of engagement at Olustee.

No. 10.-Lieutenant Lewis, Eighth U. S. Colored Infantry, of engagement at Olustee.

No. 11.-Lieutenant Andrew F. Ely, U. S. Colored Infantry, of engagement at Olustee.

No. 12.-Colonel Edward N. Hallowell, Fifty-fourth Massachusetts Infantry, of engagement at Olustee.

No. 13.-Captain Loomis L. Langdon, battery M, First U. S. Artillery, of engagement at Olustee.

No. 14.-Lieutenant John R. Myrick, Battery E, Third U. S. Artillery, of engagement at Olustee.

No. 15.-Lieutenant Henry H. Metcalf, Company C, Third Rhode Island Artillery, of engagement at Olustee.

No. 16.-General G. T. Beauregard, C. S. Army, commanding Department of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida.

No. 17.-Brigadier General Joseph Finegan, C. S. Army, commanding District of East Florida.

No. 18.-Lieutenant M. B. Grant, C. S. Engineers, of engagement at Olustee.

No. 19.-Lieutenant T. E. Buckman, Ordnance Officer, of engagement at Olustee.

No. 20.-Brigadier General Alfred H. Colquitt, C. S. Army, commanding First Brigade, of engagement at Olustee.

No. 21.-Captain John F. Wheaton, Chatham Artillery, of engagement at Olustee.

No. 22.-Captain Robert H. Gamble, Leon Light Artillery, of engagement at Olustee.

No. 23.-Captain Joseph L. Dunham, Company A, Milton Light Artillery, of operations February 8-9.

No. 24.-Lieutenant Drury Rambo, Company A, Milton Light Artillery, of engagement at Olustee.

No. 25.-Colonel George P. Harrison, jr., Thirty-second Georgia Infantry, commanding Second Brigade, of engagement at Olustee.

No. 26.-Captain John M. Guerard, Georgia Artillery, of engagement at Olustee.

No. 27.-Colonel Caraway Smith, commanding Cavalry Brigade, of engagement at Olustee.

No. 1. Report of Major General Quincy A. Gillmore, U. S. Army, commanding Department of the South.

HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF SOUTH CAROLINA,

Hilton Head, S. C., November 9, 1865.

ADJUTANT-GENERAL OF THE ARMY,

Washington, D. C.:

SIR: I have the honor to transmit herewith a copy of my original report to the General-in-Chief of operations in Florida in February, 1864, prior to and comprising the battle of Olustee. All important documents having any direct bearing on the subject, including Brigadier-General