P. Ruhl, first-lieutenant Louisiana volunteers.
Andrew J. Quigly, second-lieutenant Louisiana. regiment artillery.
Wim. B. Jones, second lieutenant Louisiana regiment artillery,
H. L. Blow, second-lieutenant C. S. A.
George House, acting-second-lieutenant C. S. A.
J. Dressell, second-lieutenant Louisiana volunteers.
J. A. Guershet, second-lieutenant Louisiana volunteers.
S. Martin, second-lieutenant Bienville Guards, recruited in the parish.
A. Chaussier, second-lieutenant Bienville Guards, recruited in the parish.
Official: Charles N. Morse, Lieutenant and Post-Adjutant.
Disposition of prisoners captured.
No. 70.United States Flag-Ship Hartford, at anchor off the city of New Orleans, May 1, 1862.
Sir — I have to inform the department that in consequence of my not having any suitable place to put the crews of the rebel gun-boats captured by this fleet, I have released them on parole.
But having been informed by Command