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he way to the coast. They will be intercepted and disarmed. Officers not with Maj. Sibley on the vessels arrested and on parole : Col. Waite and staff, Col Morris, Adjt. Nichols, Maj. Vinton, Lt. Gerrard, Surgeon Abadie, Asst. Surgoon G. R. Smith, Col. Roffman Maj Sprague, Maj McCline,Capt. Lee,Capt. Bowman, Lt. Wipple, Maj. Cunningham, Lt. Whistier, Lt.Hunter. Officers Resigned --Maj. Larkin Smith, Capt. Blair,Capt. Reynolds, Capt. Trevett, Lt. Cone, Lt. M. L. Davis, Haskell, Walter Jones, Dr. Anderson, Lt. Jas. Major, Lt. Washington. The capture and resignation of these officers will deprive the Department at Washington of the services of about thirty five of the most efficient men in the service, and cripple its power to do us mischief. The terms of the surrender are that all the arms and company property are to be turned over to the Confederate authorities. Private property to be respected. Officers to be released on parole. Men to elect whether they will j