ar sent her armed boats alongside the bark and set fire to the vessel.
It is supposed that part of the cargo and material will be saved.
The same paper learns that the prize crew of the Mary Alice, captured by the privateer Dixie, and afterwards re-captured by the blockading squadron, consisted of the following persons, who are now in Philadelphia in irons: Master George Marshall, 2d Lieut. of the Dixie; Mate George O. Gladden, boats wain; J. P. Calvo, seaman; Chas. Forester, seaman; Frank Neil, seaman.
The Baltimore American, a Black Republican paper, says:
A letter received from a relative of Gen. R. C. Wheat, residing in Washington, states that General Wheat, who was reported as mortally wounded at the battle of Bill Run, has since died of his injuries.
This makes the Confederate loss of staff and regimental officers as follows: Two Generals, one Brigadier General, seven Colonels, and two Lieutenant Colonels.
The Federal officers killed were bu