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At the central police station two soldiers were taken in dead, as also two citizens. --Three soldiers and one citizen were taken to the same place wounded. The crowd passed on up Pratt street, and near Light street there was another volley fired. At Light street wharf a boy named William Reed, a hand on board the oyster sloop "Wild Pigeon," of York county, Va., received a ball through the abdomen, and was dying, at last accounts, in the hold of the schooner. Another boy, Patrick Griffin, employed at the Green House, Pratt street, was shot through the bowels while looking from the door. A frenzied crowd returned the fire from revolvers, and with bricks. Andrew Robbins, a member of a volunteer company from Stonington, Conn., was shot in the back of the head, and fell from the ranks. He was taken into the drug-store of Jesse S. Hunt's corner of Pratt and Charles streets. His wound is dangerous. Another soldier, S. H. Needham, a member of the Massachusetts reg
battle on Friday, between the people and the Massachusetts troops, was more serious than was at first supposed. The following is a list of the killed and wounded, as far as could be ascertained, up to last night: Citizens Killed.--John McGann, Robert W. Davis, Philip T. Miles, Wm. R. Clark, Michael Murphy, Patrick Griffith, James Carr, Francis Maloney, John McMahon, Sebastian Gies, William Maloney. Citizens Wounded.--John Staub, slightly; S. Constant; George Coney, slightly; Patrick Griffin, severely; James Myer, severely; F. X. Ward, severely; William Read, slightly. Soldiers Killed.--Andrew Rollins, George Wilson, and two others unknown. Soldiers Wounded.--James Keenan, Asa Needham, Private Coburn, Edward Hart, Sergeant Ames, Michael Green, H. W. Danforth, D. B. Tyler. Besides these it is said that some twenty-five were so badly wounded that after they reached Washington it was found necessary to place them under the care of surgeons. Police man Staylor,
Mrs. Nannie Butler, aged 96, was accidentally burned to death a few days ago at her residence, in Dinwiddie county, Va., by falling into the fire. The venerable Lewis Sanders died in Carroll county, Kentucky, on the 15th ult., aged 80 years. George N. Sanders, the New York politician, is his son. Three brothers of Mr. Lammon, United States Marshal of the District of Columbia, are serving as volunteers at Harper's Ferry. The city election in Petersburg, on Monday, passed off quietly. All the old officers were re- elected. Patrick Griffin died in Baltimore on Sunday! from a wound received in the battle of the 19th of April. A lad named Abey, of Baltimore, was killed on the Northern Central Railway, near that city, last Saturday night.