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Blair, after his capture, asked permission to take the oath of allegiance to the Confederate Government, which was granted, and the son of one of the bitterest enemies of the South voluntarily became a citizen of the Confederacy. Col Thos S Garnett. Col. Thos. S. Garnett, of the 48th Va., who was killed at Chancellorsville while cheering on his men to the charge, was buried at Hollywood Cemetery temporarily yesterday, previous to the removal of the remains to Westmoreland county, (accorCol. Thos. S. Garnett, of the 48th Va., who was killed at Chancellorsville while cheering on his men to the charge, was buried at Hollywood Cemetery temporarily yesterday, previous to the removal of the remains to Westmoreland county, (according to his request,) after the war shall have ended. His body lay in state in the Capitol on Saturday. List of casualties.Purcell battery This well-known battery participated in the recent battle at Chancellorsville, and, as usual, were in the thickest of the fight. The following embraces a list of casualties sustained during the action: Killed--Geo. E. Alderslade, Jas. Murphy, Wm Norman. Wounded--Lieut. McGraw, Wesley Jones, James Farray, James C. Gay, T. J. Campbell, arm