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The Daily Dispatch: August 21, 1863., [Electronic resource], The militia decision in
Flag of truce. --The flag of truce boat which arrived at City Point on Wednesday afternoon brought up 312 paroled men, 12 officers, 3 political prisoners, and 3 ladies, and to-morrow morning a like number of Yankees will be started from this city for City Point. They were brought over from Belle Isle last evening. We append the following list of officers brought up from City Point, the most of whom have been in the hands of the Yankees over twelve months: Col. W Von Schureling, Gen French's Staff, Capt David Wagster, 12th Tenn; Capt J. C. Jamison, Burbsidge's regiment; Capt W. C. Bird, 1st Fla; 1st Lieut F. Turner. Co I, 4th Tenn; 1st Lieut J. D. Tolley, Co. I, 8th Tenn, 1st Lieut J. C. Duvall, Burns's artillery; 1st Lieut W. P. Newman, Co. II. 2d Tenn cavalry; 2d Lieut D. C. Bane, Co. B. 50th Tenn, 2d Lieut E. E. Knight, of North Carolina; 2d Lieut T. C. Murrell, Gen Cheatham's Staff; 2d Lieut B Garnett, Campbell's battery.
Between 6,000 and 7,000 pounds of chewing and smoking tobaccos have been donated to the soldiers of our army by the manufacturers and merchants of Lynchburg, Va. The New Hampshire Gazette, shimming to be the oldest newspaper in America, completed its one hundred and seventh year on the 1st of October. In spire of the frost, the Kentucky tobacco crop will foot up something like 100,000 hogsheads. Major Gen Cheatham, of Gen. Bragg's army, has not resigned.