, 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