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ficers of the U. S. steamer Sumter; Levi Crowell, Acting Master; Chas. G. Stevens, 2d Ass't Engineer; Warren Ewen, 3d do.; A. W. Miner, Surgeon's Steward; C. H. Post, Acting Master; Master of gunboat Cayuga, and seven citizen prisoners. Thos. J. Jordan, Col. of the 9th Pennsylvania Cavalry, who was to have accompanied the above parties, was detained by order of Gen. Winder, charges having been preferred against him by citizens of Tennessee, to the effect that, while near Sparta, in that St Pennsylvania Cavalry, who was to have accompanied the above parties, was detained by order of Gen. Winder, charges having been preferred against him by citizens of Tennessee, to the effect that, while near Sparta, in that State, he had given his soldiers liberty to steal, burn, and take anything they wanted from the people, which permission they fully availed themselves of, even to the commission of outrages on unoffending women. It is proper to say that Col. Jordan denies the whole charge.