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Doc. 18.-Thirty-Eighth New York regiment. The following is a list of the officers of this regiment:-- Field and Staff Officers.--Colonel, J. Hobart Ward; Lieutenant-Colonel, Addison Farnsworth; Major, James D. Potter; Adjutant, William A. Herring; Quartermaster, Charles J. Murphy; Paymaster, Thomas Picton; Sergeant-Major, Wright Banks; Surgeon, Abraham Berry; Surgeon's Mate, Stephen Griswold; Drum-Major, Michael McCarthy; Field-Major, Daniel E. Tylee. Co. A--Captain, Daniel E. Gavitt; Lieutenant, J. H. Coburn. Co. B--Captain, Eugene McGrath; Lieutenant, Alexander Roberts; Ensign, Robert S. Watson. Co. C--Captain, Robert F. Allason; Lieutenant, A. Schaffer; Ensign, A. Fusk. Co. D--Captain, John F. Harrold; Lieutenant, Isaac Jelffe. Co. E--Captain, Oliver A. Tilden; Lieutenant, John Mara. Co. F--Captain, Hugh McQuade; Lieutenant, John M. Cooney Co. G--Captain, George F. Britton; Lieutenant, G. C. Brown. Co. H--Captain, W. H. Baird; Lieutenant, James Bryne. Co. I--Captain, Ca
ing: Capt. H. S. Russell, prisoner; privates, J. A. Holyoke, J. Lehane, H. O'Donnell, J. Wortherwell. Company I--Killed: Sergt. George H. Willis. Wounded: Sergt. George A. Glidden, arm, not serious; Corp. H. Pierson, head, severe; privates, J. W. Barrows, leg, slightly; J. D. Carter, back, slightly; J. F. Edmunds, head, slightly; E. D. Farr, leg; John Mathews, hand, not serious; L. B. Sylvester, arm and breast, serious; Francis Wilson, face and neck, serious; Ira M. Young, slightly; Michael McCarthy. Missing: David B. Brown, Patrick Quinn. Company K--Killed: Capt. R. C. Goodwin; privates T. Daly, B. F. Montague, J. R. Roberts, Thomas Watson. Wounded: Sergt. W. Log<*>n, flesh, both legs; Corp. G. W.. Fenner, bayonet wound in leg; Corp. J. McCarthy, left foot broken; privates, M. McMullen, leg; Peter Carter, fingers broken; J. Nevel, do.; M. S. Ditson, calf of right leg; M. Backus, fingers broken; W. T. Humboldt, flesh-wounds in head and leg; G. Bortchy, flesh, left shoulder; W.
ing: Capt. H. S. Russell, prisoner; privates, J. A. Holyoke, J. Lehane, H. O'Donnell, J. Wortherwell. Company I--Killed: Sergt. George H. Willis. Wounded: Sergt. George A. Glidden, arm, not serious; Corp. H. Pierson, head, severe; privates, J. W. Barrows, leg, slightly; J. D. Carter, back, slightly; J. F. Edmunds, head, slightly; E. D. Farr, leg; John Mathews, hand, not serious; L. B. Sylvester, arm and breast, serious; Francis Wilson, face and neck, serious; Ira M. Young, slightly; Michael McCarthy. Missing: David B. Brown, Patrick Quinn. Company K--Killed: Capt. R. C. Goodwin; privates T. Daly, B. F. Montague, J. R. Roberts, Thomas Watson. Wounded: Sergt. W. Log<*>n, flesh, both legs; Corp. G. W.. Fenner, bayonet wound in leg; Corp. J. McCarthy, left foot broken; privates, M. McMullen, leg; Peter Carter, fingers broken; J. Nevel, do.; M. S. Ditson, calf of right leg; M. Backus, fingers broken; W. T. Humboldt, flesh-wounds in head and leg; G. Bortchy, flesh, left shoulder; W.
ate of David Hill, $500; Silas Frost, $475; Edward Fillebrown, $93; Timothy Swan, $940; David W. Horton, $400; Charles Hill, $510; Mrs. Phebe Swan, $1,072; John Batchelder, $50; William T. Dupee, $10; J. C. Waldo, $20; W. J. Lane, $115; Mrs. Snelling, $220; Dr. Fiske, $36; Capt. Reuben Hopkins, $442; Dr. Timothy Wellington, $447; Charles Griffiths, $100; Mr. Peck, $610; Timothy Whittemore, $212.50; George B. Richardson, $360; George H. Gray, $50; John Fowle, $1,100; Horatio Locke, $105; Michael McCarthy, $25; Rufus Damon, $460; Mrs. P. Whittemore, $460; Mrs. Rebecca Whittemore, $25; William Clark, $200; Thomas Thorp, $515; Thomas E. Thorp, $200; Daniel Burbeck, $100; Mrs. Damon, $210; Thomas H. Teel, $50; Fessenden & Whittemore, $1,000; Centre School House, $124; trees in Spring Valley, $50; estate of Henry Swan, $40; Gershom Whittemore, $390; Henry Whittemore, $615; William H. Whittemore, $750; John Fillebrown, $800; Samuel C. Bucknam, $475; Abel R. Proctor, $260; sundry persons, $500
348 Madison, 136, 277 Mahoney, 348 Mallet, 219, 264, 275,277 Mann, 114, 193, 276 Manning, 11, 326 Mansfield, 72 Marchant, 342 Marden, 343 Mark, 348 Marr, 339 Marrett, 74, 84, 215, 256, 318, 334 Marsh, 31, 32, 90, 152, 154, 170, 171, 276 Marshall, 162 Marston, 276, 314 Martin, 166,343, 345, 350 Mason, 131,199, 204, 215, 218, 235, 276, 294, 306, 330 Matthews, 198, 276 Mayhew, 31,32 Maynard, 276, 300 McAllister, 346 McCann, 348 McCarthy, 154 McConlow, 342 McDermott, 347 McDool, 347 McEnenna, 342 McIntire, see Mackintire McLennan, 276, 292 McLeod, 348 McMullen, 342 McNulty, 339 McCloud, 53 McDonald, 64, 343 Mead, 19, 205, 256, 276, 316 Meads, 221 Meek, 276, 324 Meredith, 346 Merriam, 272, 276, 303 Merrill, 165, 178 Metcalf and Metcalfe, 14, 119, 123, 131, 138 Meyall, 348 Miles, 276, 291, 310 Miller, 176, 276, 289 Mitchell, 7, 343, 345 Mixer, 276, 282, 283
on 18th street, originating in some misunderstanding about settling for the hire of a horse and vehicle, the principal actors in which were Thomas Burnes and Michael McCarthy. The former, it is alleged, drew a knife upon Mr. Duke, when watchman Wickes came up for the purpose of arresting the offender, and McCarthy attacked the ofg the offender, and McCarthy attacked the officer, tearing his coat, but causing no personal injury. The result was that Burnes and McCarthy were arraigned before the Mayor yesterday, and not only required to give security to keep the peace, but for their appearance at the Hustings Court to answer an indictment for misdemeanor. g the offender, and McCarthy attacked the officer, tearing his coat, but causing no personal injury. The result was that Burnes and McCarthy were arraigned before the Mayor yesterday, and not only required to give security to keep the peace, but for their appearance at the Hustings Court to answer an indictment for misdemeanor.
Continued cases. --The investigation of the following cases before the Mayor, have been continued to Saturday: William N. Miller, charged with obtaining goods and money from King & Lambeth, by false pretences; Michael McCarthy, charged with threatening to shoot Robert Olden and wife.
Mayor's Court. --Wm. Brown, arrested for aiding and abetting Wm. N. Miller in obtaining goods and money from King & Lambeth. by false pretences, was honorably discharged on Saturday. Michael McCarthy was acquitted of the charge of threatening to shoot Robert olden and wife. James Sullivan alias Michael Leary, charged with fighting in the street, was remanded for trial. Jerry Donahoe, included in the same warrant, was discharged. Barnett Loving, charged with assaulting Anthony Brady, was required to give surety for his good behavior. Maria, a slave, was ordered twenty-five lashes for assaulting a white person; and Washington, slave of David Baker, fifteen for stealing provisions from the Exchange Hotel. Some other trifling cases were disposed of.