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The following is a list of its officers and privates: Captain, E. R. Dorsey; 1st Lieut. S. H. Stewart; 2d Lieut. R. C. Smith; 1st Sergeant, W. H. Rodgers; 2d do., William Smyth; 3d do., Sterling Murry; 4th do., J. G. Sterrett; 1st Corporal, J. Berryman; 2d do., M. J. Jonannes; 3d do., Jos. Polk; 4th do., Chas. Arnold. Privates: W. H. Murray, A. J. Inloes, C. J. Postley, J. C. Laughlin, Andrew Gies, D. L. Thomas, C. A. Scott, C. H. Sloan, L. Feast, Jas. McClelland, F. A. Thornton, S. Gazaway, H. Golder, W. Reinhardt, G. W. E. McCabe, F. A. White, A. F. West, J. Anderson, W. H. Norfolk, J. C. Selfman, P. P. Johnson, C. F. Wilson, D. D. White, R. Fitzgerald, F. McHoward, C. E. Inloes, S. W. Jones, J. E. Osborne, E. L. Howard, J. W. Johnson, D. R. Berry, F. Arnold, A. A. Williams, B. H. Morgan, T. S. Latimer, O. Lisson, G. Slater, Jr., F. Voss, R. Grogan, S. Friendewald, H. Comter, H. C. Scott, C. J. Conrad, W. P. Thomas, Wm. Goldsborough, R. P. Johnson, --Larabee, J. D. Hyland.
Col. Anderson. Louisville,May 16.--Street rumors say that there is likely to be a difficulty here between the opposing parties on the advent of Col. Anderson. Col. Anderson. Louisville,May 16.--Street rumors say that there is likely to be a difficulty here between the opposing parties on the advent of Col. Anderson.