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Federal Traitors.--The following is a list of Federal soldiers who are reported to have joined the rebels: Wm. Clark, private, Co. K, Third N. J.V. Wm. Roach, private, Co. D, Second artillery, U. S.A. Mich'l Kelly, private, Co. D, Second artillery, U. S.A. Chas. Tracey, corporal, Co. G, First regiment, Sickles' brigade. Chas. Van Gilson, second lieutenant, First regiment, Sickles' brigade. W. Sherry, private, Co. H, Twenty-sixth N. Y.V. L. Briggs, private, Co. B, Twenty-sixth N. Y.V. J. A. Tompkins, Second U. S. cavalry. T. B. Remington, Thirtieth N. Y.V. Ernest Hale, commodore's clerk, U. S. steamer Pawnee. (This is the individual who decamped with the signal-books, while Commodore Du Pont's fleet rendezvoused at Hampton Roads.) Wm. Hooper, private, Co. K, Thirty-eighth N. Y.V. Barron Von Flaxhousen, lieutenant, Co. H, Forty-fifth N. Y.V. Robert McFarlans, corporal, Co. D, First U. S. artillery. A. F. Saulsbury, private, Co. C, Fourth Maine.
M. C., sixth division; Paymaster, Semple, shot and shell division; Fleet-Surgeon, D. B. Phillips; Assistant-Surgeon, A. S. Garnett; Chief-Engineer, W. A. Ramsey; Master, Wm. Parrish; Midshipmen, Foute, Marmaduke, (wounded,) Littlepage, Long, Craig, Rootes; Flag-Officer's Clerk, A. Sinclair; Engineers--first, Tynans; second, Campbell; third, Herring; Paymaster's Clerk, A. Ubright; Boatswain, C. Hasker; Gunner, C. B. Oliver; Carpenter, Lindsay; Pilots, Geo. Wright, H. Williams, T. Cunnyngham. W. Clark. Action of the Ninth. Lieut.-Commanding Jones; First Lieut. and exofficio, C. C. Simms; Lieut. H. Davidson, first and second divisions. All the rest unchanged, the flag-officer, attended by his staff--one wounded, the other bearer of despatches — having left. Capt. Kevill, with thirty volunteers from his command at Fort Norfolk, was on board during both days, and his men manned number seven gun, and gallantly served at that and several others. Capt. K. fought number seven, in