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, S. C., August 26, discharged; Robert Tansill, (Captain U. S. M. C.,) Virginia, August 28; Thomas S. Wilson, (Lieutenant U. S. M. C.,) Missouri, August 28; H. B. Claiborne, (Midshipman U. S. M. C.,) New Orleans, August 28; Hillary Cenas, (Midshipman U. S. M. C.,) New Orleans, August 28; Em. Patrick, Brooklyn, N. Y., August 28; Ellis B. Schnable, Pennsylvania, August 29; Uriah B. Harrold, Macon, Ga. August 30; Richard S. Freeman, Macon, Ga., August 31; Henry A. Reeves, Greenport, L. I., September 4. Privateersmen.--Crew of prize schooner York, of Norfolk, Va., taken from the schooner G. B. Baker, of Galveston, Texas, by United States gunboat Union, August 9, 1861; Pat McCarthy, John Williams, James Reilly, Archibald Wilson. Crew of prize schooner Dixie, taken from schooner Mary Alice, New York, by the United States steam frigate Wabash, August 3, 1861; John A. Marshall, Charles Forrester, Geo. O. Gladden, J. P. N. Carlos, John Joanellie. The Hatteras prisoners — their New
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Our correspondence. Camp Bartow, Greenbrier River, Poæahontas County Sept. 4. Having for some time had the honor of holding correspondence with the Louisville Courier. which correspondence, owing to the truckling position of my native State and her hostile attitude to Southern interests, together with the reign of terror that is now established on her soil, is forbidden, and therefore the only medium through which our friends heard of us the Blackburn Guards cut off. I beg that you will give this hastily penned geroll a place in an unoccupied corner of the Richmond Dispatch, the Southern soldiers paper. We are but one company of Kentuckians, under the gallant little Captain Samuel V. Reid, of Lynchburg, Virginia, in the Third Arkansas regiment, stationed here on the Parkersburg road; but feel that our little band is a full grown regiment within itself; and, fighting as we are, for our old mother State. our ancestors, their homes and firesides, if we are laid low in some