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Text for Page 186 [01-17-1863]

                       Baton Rouge.
only one from Shaw directed to me as
�Head Gorilla� and signed �Hyena.�  To the
newly-arrived steamer Iberville, to Grover�s
headquarters, the post-office and quarter-
masters, in an unsuccessful search for letters
and papers.    To our quarters and shortly af-
terwards out again to the levee to find that the
Iberville had departed.      In doors during the
rest of the rainy day and night.     Mann looked
in before sunset, but did not stay.    Wrote a
long letter to Jack Edwards.
  19.  Monday.   Out in triumvirate to the
levee, where Hills got a newspaper from aboard
the ugly little steamer Frank Mumfort.        Going
back, through the mud met Gen. Grover near
his head-quarters and had a talk with him.
Called also at the office of a defunct newspaper
opposite.      Alone to Grover�s rooms to get news-
papers.        To quarters and hardly out again
during the rest of the day.    Papers from Sea-
mans.    A visit in the evening from a Lieut.
Entwhistle, of Billy Wilson�s regiment, with
a friend of his.   They discoursed of the burning
of Warrenton, Florida, and the surprise and
fight on Santa Rosa Island.      Bradley called,
also, this morning, to get a series of compli-
mentary resolutions written to be presented to
Col. Turnbull, on his returning from the regi-               
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