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illiam in command.
This battalion is the remainder of the Seventh North-Carolina regiment captured at Hatteras Inlet.
Thirty-First regiment (North-Carolina troops) infantry.
Colonel, J. V. Jordan.
Lieutenant-Colonel, D. G. Fowle.
Major, J. J. Yates.
Captains, Conway Goodwin, C. W. Knight, E. R. Silas, A. Betts, L. C. Manly, J. Miller, G. Picot, W. D. Jones, Jas. McKay, Joseph Witty.
First Lieutenants, W. H. Hartman, S. J. Latham, Wm. Parker, Quentin Utly, H. B. Jordan, J. H. Hughes, J. Pipkin, F. H. Perry, C H. Coffold, F. J. Bowen.
Second Lieutenants, R. Steagrell, M. T. Sealy S. W. Morrisett, S H. Hyman, C. B. Lindsay, S. Crouch, T. H. Wray, Anderson Betts, R. L. Bryant, J. W. Holden, S. P. Collins, J. A. Slaughter, S. B. Boole, W. Debnaur, Wm. Pulley, William A. Prince, William Pearson, T. H. Garkins.
The caged Southern blood coursing in the imprisoned veins of our captives does not seem to have made very distinguished the much vaunted qualities of the def