He had his photograph taken by Messrs. Barnard and Gibeon, the Government photographers.
Crouching at his feet, by his own request, is a little ragged darkle, and by his side a Lieutenant who was with him at West Point.
General Pettigrew, who was taken, is with the rebel Dr. Gaines in his fine mansion near camp, a guard keeping our men off the premises and him from escaping.
His name is James Johnson Pettigrew.
He was born in North Carolina, but was in command of a South James Johnson Pettigrew.
He was born in North Carolina, but was in command of a South Carolina brigade.
He declines to give any information about their forces, but seems confident of our defeat.
He says he was surprised while on a reconnaissance, and did not know we were so close until he was shot and our men fought for his body.
He will recover, though he has a serious flesh wound in the neck.
The occupation of Memphis. Washington, June 10.
--The following dispatches from Col. Rilett were received this morning at the War Department.
U. S. Ram Switzerland,