ell, Co. B, 46th Regiment Va. Infantry.
Isaac B. Cannon, Co. E, 10th Ga. Batt. of Infantry.
George W. Cannon, Co. E, 10th Ga. Batt. of Infantry.
A. F. Lee, Co. F, 1st Va. Regiment Cav.
Wm. L. E. North, Co. H, 2d Va. Regiment Cav.
Musician S. H. Huffman, Co. I, 34th Va. Regiment Infantry.
Private F. N. Carrington, Hankins's Battery, Lightfoot's Va. Artillery Batt.
Corporal E. T. Morriss, Co. H, 2d Regiment of Va. Cav.
Private R. E. Tweedy, Co. I, 2d Regiment of Va. Cav.
Barney Hughes, Co. I, 2d Regiment of Va. Cav.
W. H. Cheatham, Co. B, 20th Batt. Va. Artillery.
E. Cheatham, Co. B, 20th Batt. Va. Artillery.
Jacob O. Woodson, Co. A, 20th Batt. of Va. Artillery.
Wm. Hollingsworth, Co. A, 59th Ga. Regiment of Infantry.
S. Moore, Co. B, 2d Regiment Va. Cav.
Wm. E. Andrews, Co. G, 1st Va. Regiment Eng'r Troops.
Mathew Camden, Co. A, Haskell's Battalion Artillery.
D. S. Woodson, Co. C, Marine Corps, C. S. N.
N. H. Gregory, Co. E, 11th Regiment Va. Inf
eamer to Memphis.--The steamer ran the blockade of the enemy's batteries on the Missouri shore under cover of night.
Although Confederate batteries of heavy guns have been planted on the opposite Tennessee shore, it is still hazardous to pass the enemy's batteries in the day-time — The following special or fere from Gen. Trudeau will be read with interest:
Headquarters Heavy Artillery, Madrid Bend, March, 16, 1862.
Special Orders No. 69.
The Brigadier General commanding the Heavy Artillery returns his thanks to Col. Steadman, 1st Alabama regiment; Captain Rucker, his officers and men, at Battery No. 1; to Captain Barney Hughes, A. A. Gen'l--, Lieut. Lane, of the Artillery Staff; Lieut. Noland, Company R. Heavy Artillery; Lieut. Howell, Lieut. Caruthers, Sergeant McGaun, of Capt. Jones's company, and their men, for gallant and meritorious conduct before the enemy on the 17th and 18th inst., Brig Gen.
Comr'g Artillery 1st District,