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From Portsmouth. list of prisoners captured on board the steamer Fanny, and at Chickonocomac. [Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.] Portsmouth, Oct. 11, 1861. I send you herewith a list of the prisoners captured by our gallant forces on board the steamer Fanny, on the 1st inst., and at Chickonocomac on the 4th and 5th: Lieut. F. M. Peacock, U. S. Navy, Commanding Steamer Fanny. Lieut. Isaac W. Hart, Regimental Quarter master, 20th Indiana Regiment. Corporal J. E. Tuttle, Co. C, 9th Regiment N. Y. Vols., Hudson co., N. Y. Corporal G. Everard, Co. G, 9th Regiment N. Y. Vols., New York City. Privates 9th Regiment N. Y. Volunteers.--J. S. Rowan, Co. C, J. R. Havens, Co. C, W. H. Edsall, Co. G, Hudson county, N. J.; W. H. Cunningham, Co. C, Richmond, N. Y.; D. Dougherty, Co. C, Jos. V. H. Page, Essex co., N. J; John Carson, Jas. Beith, Co. I, Frank Trottes, Co. H, New York city. Twentieth Indiana Regiment.--Sergeant F. M. Bartlett, Co. I
elections authorized to be held in his county, and on such poll, if he show that hen entitled to vote, the Commissioners shall cause he name to be recorded, as if it were in his county. The officers whose duty it is to make return of elections shell forthwith, at the conclusion of the election, return such separate polls to the Secretary of the Commonwealth. In taking all such special polls the name proceedings shall be had and under the regulations proscribed in regular elections. In all cases where returning officers may not find it practicable, for the reasons aforesaid to meet all the places designated by law, they may return the polls taken and in their custody to the Secretary of the Commonwealth. Given under my hand as Governor and under the Seal of the Commonwealth in Richmond, this 11th day of October, A. D. 1861, and in the eighty-sixth year of the Commonwealth. John Letcher. By the Governor: Geo. W. Munford, 0c 12--16th N Sec'y of the Commonwealth.