DISTRICT OF FLORIDA.
Major General PATTON ANDERSON.
12th Georgia Battalion, Major George M. Hanvey.
4th Florida Battalion, Major John H. Gee.
Robinson's Independent (Florida) Company, Captain W. J. Robinson. 28th Georgia Battalion, Major A. Bonaud.
1st Florida Battalion, Lieutenant Colonel Charles F. Hopkins.
2nd Florida Battalion, Lieutenant Colonel Theodore W. Brevard.
6th Virginia, Colonel Powhatan R. Page.
59th Virginia, Colonel William B. Tabb.
6th Georgia, Lieutenant Colonel John. T. Lofton.
19th Georgia, Colonel James H. Neal.
23rd Georgia, Colonel James H. Huggins.
27th Georgia, Colonel Charles T. Zachry.
28th Georgia, Colonel Tully Graybill.
1st Georgia Regulars, Colonel William J. Magill.
32nd Georgia, Lieutenant Colonel William H. Pruden.
Reynolds' Independent (Florida) Company, Captain B. L. Reynolds.
4th Florida Battalion (one company), Captain G. J. Floyd.
Guerard's (Georgia) battery, Captain John M. Guerard.
Milton (Florida) Artillery, Company A, Captain Joseph L. Dunham.
Echols (Georgia) Artillery, Captain John H. Tiller.
Chatham (Georgia) Artillery, Captain John F. Wheaton.
Kilcrease (Florida) Artillery, Captain F. L. Villepigue.
Gamble's (Florida) company heavy artillery, Captain Robert H. Gamble.
29th Florida Battalion Cavalry.
5th Georgia Cavalry, Colonel Robert H. Anderson.
5th Florida Battalion Cavalry, Major G. W. Scott.
2nd Florida Cavalry, Colonel Caraway Smith.
Cone's (Florida) Independent Company, Captain W. H. Cone.
Stark's (Florida) Independent Company, Captain J. D. Stark.
HDQRS. DEPT. OF S. CAROLINA, GEORGIA, AND FLORIDA,
Charleston, S. C., May 1, 1864.
MAJOR: I am directed by the major-general commanding to inform you that there is now a sufficient number of troops in the city to undertake the guard duties of the district, and he no longer requires the service of the cadets of the State Academy. He begs me to return his thanks to you for the assistance you have rendered him by your prompt response to his call upon your academy for the services of its members, and to assure you that he duly appreciates this new evidence of their patriotic spirit.
I have the honor to be, major, very respectfully, your obedient servant,
H. W. FEILDEN,
Captain and Assistant Adjutant-General.
HEADQUARTERS MILITARY DISTRICT OF FLORIDA,
Camp Milton, May 1, 1864.
Colonel R. H. ANDERSON,
COLONEL: Since seeing you this afternoon, the general has learned that Captain Buckman has an appointment to meet the enemy, un-