Capt. Davidson, formerly of the U. S. Navy, and one of the best officers in that capitalization.
He was on the steamer Jamestown in the memorable Merrimac engagement, and was transferred to the Merrimac.
A faithful negro.
Town and Hustin Greenwood, volunteers in an Alabama regiment, from the Western part of that State, brought with them to Virginia a negro man, who on all occasions has shown himself "faithful into death." Three weeks since, one of his masters, Hustin Greenwood, was bHustin Greenwood, was brought to this city sick, and remained at a gentlemen's house here, attended by the faithful negro until on last Tuesday getting leave of absence, he started home, leaving the servant with orders to rejoin his brother.
He walked sixteen miles to the battle-field to do his, and not long after getting there, approached a any charged with the duty of burying the dead.
The men were just then in the act of burying his brother without coffin, covering, &c., as in usual tales of exigency.