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count of the battle of Williamsburg gives the following list of prisoners, taken by a Pennsylvania Regiment: Richard C Moore, company D, 18th Virginia J D Dunett, 19th Virginia; John Petard and A Rhapp, 10th Louisiana; W. Sanders and 82d Virginia; and Robert Walla 150th Virginia; John Bateman, John A Boyle, John Savage, B Annison, D O S ers, R W Stanfield, J. H. ott, 18th North H C Allen, 28th Virginia; W son, 25th Virginia; M Lyons, 14th Louisiana E L Prather, J T Lewis, W Peer, E R Langley, 18th North Carolina. The 13th North Carolina was out almost to pieces. Three the prisoners were severely wounded. One of them was an Adjutant, who was capture while endeavoring to bring up reserves. One or the rebel cavalry shot was named J. O. Harris. His clothes were so marked was buried by the roadside. The also captured one of the rebel ry captains, by the name of Lee. He was beautifully uniformed. Yankee depredations. The Charleston Mercury says: A private