The prisoners are fifteen in number, six officers, good looking, well-dressed men, and the remainder seamen, all from the steamer Sumter, stationed off Wilmington.
They were, doubtless, reconnoitering, but say they were bound for Fort Pulaski, on a trip of pleasure.
The capturing party consisted of only four.
The following is a list of the prisoners, all of whom belong to the United States steamer Sumter:
Officers.--Levi B. Crowell, Acting Master Chas. G. Stevens, Engineer; Warren Ewell, Engineer; R. F. Rusk, Master's Mate, Frank W. Turner, Master's Mate; A. W. Minor, Surgeon's Steward.
Seamen.--John Miller, seaman; Henry Slotter, seaman; Cliver F. Stone, ordinary seaman; David Wooster, landsman; John E Ward, seaman; Wm. T. Sprague, cockswain, Wm. J. C. Mclatyrs, ordinary seaman; Thos. Fay, landsman; Jas. Durham, seaman.
The flag of truce from Fort Pulaski.
We get the following from the Savannah Republican:
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