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the following commissioned officers: Brig Gen Heckman, 1st brigade, 2d division, 10th corps; Col H C Lee, Lieut Col W G Bartholomew, Capt J H Nutting, Capt R. R Swift, 2d Lieut W. T. Davis, 2d Lieut Justin 1st Lieut and Adj't T W McMns; Lieut John H Ladd, 1st Lieut J L. Skinner, 20th Mass; Capt Edgar Kissum, 2d George Peters, 3d Lieut J M Drake, Jersey, Capt R A Willia, 8th Maine regiment, 2d Lieut S P. Hodges, 12th N Y regiment, Capt James Belger, 1st Rhode Island artillery, Capt J E Lewis and Capt H McRonald, 11th Pa; Col Richard White, Capt D W Fox, 55th Pa; Captain Henry Bichel, 6th Connecticut regiment, Captain H Jenkins, Jr, 40th Massachusetts regiment, Captain D Stone, Capt Jas H Pierce, 1st Lt and Adj't John regt 1st Lt M P Pierson, 10th N Y; 2d Lt Jas H Pitt, 118th N Y; 2d 7th Conn; Captain H M Phillips, 39th Mass; Lt, Col F T Barnett, 1st Lt and Adj't Jas Gottshell, 2d Lt Pat O'Connell, 1st Lt and Adj't P H Lay, 2d Lt H , 117th N Y. These prisoners represe
of their thieving propensities, or that any one portion of the grand army are more moral or honorable, or braver than their brethren in arms in other sections of the grand campaign. On Wednesday morning, about 5 o'clock, a servant man from Dr John M Sheppard's, residing about a mile from this place, came down breathless with the intelligence that an immense cavalry force (say 15,000 men) were at his master's, and would soon be here, making, by the way, the third cavalry raid to this placeiles above, they marked their passage by stealing everything they could lay their hands on. At Goodall's they cut up feather beds, destroyed furniture, and stole all Dr Goodall's clothes, save those on his persons. At Mr James Winston's, Sr, at Dr John M Sheppard's, at Mrs Hopkins's, on the Mountain Roan, at Mr Rowe's; indeed all along in their route, the devils appropriated everything they could lay their thievish hands upon, including all the horses and mules. At this place they did not, pr
this negro ran off and joined the raiders. When the Yankee cavalry revisited the neighborhood of this city on last Thursday, he deserted them and, returned into the city. The Mayor's police, while taking up negroes on Saturday to work on fortifications, got hold of this fellow, and while they had him in custody officer Crone heard him say he had been with the Yankees two months, and that he liked them well enough. Mr. Warwick was present, and after a consultation between him and the Mayor it was agreed to send the discursive negro to the fortifications. Philip, slave of Dr Garnett, was ordered to be whipped for stealing a canteen of alcohol from the Medical Purveyor's Department. The case of Burwell, slave of Mrs Ann M. Southall, charged with stealing a hog, was continued. The case of Dick, slave of Mr. Knowles, charged with breaking and entering the dwelling-house of Mr. John D Harvey and stealing a large quantity of lard, coffee, flour, &c, was also continued.