A letter from Lansing Porter to his wife, Elizabeth, reporting that Farragut and his vessel have arrived in Pensacola. He informs her that Bro. Hudson writes to him often and goes on to describe his company's total losses, explaining that western Florida is now attached to the "Department of the Gulf." He he and his company are now under General Butler who may order some of the troops to New Orleans. Lansing shares his comfort in thinking that General Arnold will keep the 75th in Pensacola, and adds that there is not much more fear of Yellow Fever anymore.