nderstand that you mean, in the language of Cromwell at the castle of Drogheda, to cut this war to the heart.
It only remains, soldiers, to invoke the blessing of Almighty God upon your honored flag.
It waves in brave hands over the gallant defenders of a holy cause.
It will be found in the thickest of the fight, and the principles which it represents you will defend to the last of your breath and of your blood.
May victory perch upon its staff in the hour of battle, and peace — an honorable peace — be wrapped within its folds when you shall return.
It is little to say to you that you will be remembered.
And should the frequent fate of the soldier befall you in a soldier's death, you shall find your graves in thousands of hearts, and the pen of history shall write the story of your martyrdom.
and may the Lord of Hosts be round about you as a wall of fire, and shield your heads in the day of battle!
--N. O. Picayune, May 28.
--N. O. Delta, May 29
y A, Captain, C. Osnaghi; Lieutenant, Antonio del Molin; Ensign,----Alegretti.
Company B, Captain, J. Schmidt; Lieutenant, G. Ceatain; Ensign, A. Miller. Company C, Captain, C. Schwartz; Lieutenant, A. Vakey; Ensign, Joseph Aigner.
Company D, Captain, J. Lorrens; Lieutenant, J. Romero; Ensign, C. A. de la Messe. Company E, Captain, John N. Siegl; Lieutenant, W. Robitseck; Ensign, Fritz Bauer.
Company F, Captain, Chas. Wiegand; Lieutenant, C. Schondorf; Ensign, E. Hollinde. Company G, Captain, F. Takats; Lieutenant, J. Junger; Ensign, N. Tenner. Company H, Captain, O. Bernstein; Lieutenant, B. Baer; Ensign, T. Kaufman. Company I, Captain,----Umverth; Lieutenant, J. C. Rice; Ensign, Geo. Bray. Company K, Captain, L. Lassillier; Lieutenant, V. Channoni; Ensign, Ant. Dunrazer.
The regiment contains 830 men and officers, of whom 205 are married.
The nationalities are: one company French, one Italian, three Hungarian, three German, one SwiSs, and one Spanish.--N. Y. Tribune, May 29.