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xcept the correspondents and reporters of the press of New York and other places, and possibly a few civilians following the army, whose dress made them unrecognizable.
In the throng that filled the body and galleries of the large house, we noticed a majority of the present male inhabitants of the town.
Among the number present were the following well known citizens:
G. O. Van Amring, J. R. Blossom, W. R. Utley, George Myers, George Chadbourn.
L. A. Hart, T. Evans, J. C. Bailey, Dr Carr, H. H. Munson, L. N. Barlow, Dr. McLinn, J. Lyon, E. A. Keith, P. W. Fanning, J. N. Neff, David Aaron, Harry Webb, James Gorman, J. Spelman, S. W. Holden, W. H. Coleman, C. Hursell, Dr. Schonwald, J. N. Strouse, E. Kidder, John Bishop, P. Shemill, H. Hartz, W. Sharp-tein, A. D. Taylor, B. D. Morrell, A. P. Repition, B. J. White, J. Wilkinson, Mr. Bates, James Dawson, T. F. Peek, A. N. Neif, Captain J. E. Lawton, Richard Bradly, James Shackleford, A. Martin, W. J. Anderson, Dr. W. J. Love, D