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itman, 33d Virginia regiment--Kernstown. First Lieut J T James, 11th Virginia regiment--Williamsburg. Second Lieut Wm Wade, 4th Virginia regiment--Kernstown. Captain H R Morrison, 4th Virginia regiment--Kernstown. First Lieut J T Boyd, 4th Virginia regiment--Kernstown. Second Lieut G W Veitch, 6th Virginia regiment--Front Royal. First Lieut S C Williams, C S Artillery--Kerns town. Second Lieut Thos Carty, 7th Louisiana regiment--Gaines's Mill. Second Lieut J P Young, 7th North Carolina regiment--White Oak Swamp. Second Lieut C D Boyd, Nelsons Artillery — Seven Pines. Second Lieut A Finley, 22d North Carolina regiment--Seven Pines. Second Lieut P S Hagy, 37th Virginia regiment--Winchester. First Lieut J N Lyle, 4th Virginia regiment--Kernstown. Major T Graybill, 28th Georgia regiment--Seven Pines. Colonel Jos Drake, 4th Mississippi regiment--Fort Donelson. First Lieut Sol Skein, 7th Arkansas regiment--St Louis. Se
present. Gov. Wickliffe addressed the Convention. He was for the Union, provided the rights of the South and slavery were not interfered with. Before doing anything more he would pause to see what we are fighting for. If it is to free the negroes, let not another drop of blood be shed. He would hang the leading rebels and balance the rope with the Abolitionists. The Abolitionists control every department of the Government, and were worse than the rebels. Miscellaneous. Miss Belle Boyd, of Martinsburg, Va., has been sent to Washington and placed in prison. Of course "treason" was the crime alleged against her. Jas. McGee, Samuel G. Acton, Bernard Rafferty, John C. Faber, and John A. Brown, of Baltimore, have been sent to Fort McHenry on the same charge. Gen. Fitz-John Porter, in a letter to Gov. Andrew, of Massachusetts, urges that recruits for the old regiments be sent on in squads of ten at a time, if no more can be procured; and the recruiting officers of the