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ery, who brought off from the camp of the Seventh Vermont regiment their colors at the time of their retreat. Private John R. Duffee, Fourth Massachusetts battery; private Ralph 0. Royley, of Magee's cavalry, who together went into the field, hitched horses into a battery-wagon of the Sixth Massachusetts battery, and brought it off under the fire of the enemy. Lieut. Allyn, who had two horses shot under him; Lieut. Frank Bruce, Orderly-Sergt. Baker, Sergt. Watchter, Corp. Wood, and private George Andrews, all of the Sixth Massachusetts battery, for especial bravery, gallantry, and good conduct. Sergeant Cheever and privates Tyler, Shields, and Clogston, of the Ninth Connecticut, for the skill and bravery with which they worked one of the guns of Nim's battery. Captain S. W. Sawyer, of company H, Ninth Connecticut, for his daring reconnoissance on the morning of the ninth, during which he found and secured three of the enemy's caissons, filled with ammunition. By order of Major
If we do not get aground, and if our machinery does not break, we hope to outrun her. If I am captured, a visit to Vicksburgh will be my portion. We shall see. The following is the loss by the capture of the Queen of the West, as far as I can ascertain: Prisoners.--Cy. Eddison, Second Master; Henry Duncan, Third Master; David Taylor, Engineer, (scalded;) D. S. Booth, Surgeon; First Master Thompson, (wounded on the Atchafalaya;) Adjutant C. W. Bailey; one blacksmith, name unknown; George Andrews, James Foster, carpenters; L. C. Jarbou, Thomas Williams, David McCullom, Charles Launer, Carrol Smith, Ed. Hazleton, Charles Faulkner, John A. Bates, Norton F. Rice, Wm. Brown, Geo. W. Hill, soldiers; Mr. Anderson, of the Herald, and about thirty negroes. Killed.--George Davis jumped overboard from the De Soto, and is supposed drowned. The above list are the names of those who floated down the river and were not picked up by the De Soto. They will probably be captured by the next
t., has been briefly noticed. It appears that Rev. Geo. Andrews, pastor of a Methodist Church in the county, h family. After dinner, they went to the workshop.--Andrews asked McLendon for the loan of his horse, to go to e was being caught, a conversation arose about him (Andrews) being summoned before the Regulators. Where upon a pair of shoes. Immediately after Lang's answer, Andrews levelled his gun on McLendon, shot him in the side,Lang then picked up Andrew's yauger, to shoot him, (Andrews,) but could not cock it on account of his shattered hand, threw down the gun and ran. As he ran, Andrews shot him through the left wrist with a repeater. A Mn the shoulder. Hyatt shot, but missed. Hereupon, Andrews took after Lang, and pursued him about two hundred 's, about one mile distant. At Condray's gate, Andrews met Dr. McHenry, whom he told he was tired and very came to his assistance. As the Dr. caught hold of Andrews, the latter presented his gun to the Doctor's breas