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ly performed. The ship is indebted to Paymaster J. A. Smith for efficient service during the actiohomas X Winter,   second-class fireman.  J. Adams Smith, paymaster.  John M. Browne, surgeon. Jacob X Vorbor,   seaman.  J. Adams Smith, paymaster.  John M. Browne, surgeon. John X Neat,   sen. Robert X Wright,   captain maintop.  J. Adams Smith, paymaster.  John M. Browne, surgeon. Wm. X McGinley,   cockswain.  J. Adams Smith, paymaster.  John M. Browne, surgeon. Wm. X McGuire,   captain foretop.  J. Adams Smith, paymaster.  John M. Browne, surgeon. Martin X King,   first-class fireman.  J. Adams Smith, paymaster.  John M. Browne, surgeon. Saml. X Williams,   first-class fireman.  J. Adams Smith, paymaster.  John M. Browne, surgeon. Peter X Hughes,   boatswain's mate.  J. Adams Smith, paymaster.  John M. Browne, surgeon. Robert X Devine,   ordinary seaman.  J. Adams Smith, paymaster.  John M. Browne, surgeon. United States steamer Kearsarge, C<
ns, L. L. Edwards, Waddy Thompson. Wounded: Lieutenant A. W. Burnsides, Sergeant H. L. Farley, Sergeant J. A. Fairbourn, Corporal E. R. Thackston, privates J. L. Stoddard, S. R. Thackston, Allen Barksdale, J. R. Dorroh, J. C. Stewart, J. F. Henry, Joshua Martin, J. F. Hellams, R. P. Gamble, J. P. Templeton, J. C. Owings. Company H, Captain John C. Summer. Killed: Private L. F. Russell. Wounded: Lieutenant D. A. Drickert, privates M. Adams, W. F. Green, J. T. Hattawanger, J. M. Stuck, J. A. Smith, J. C. Nunnamaker. Company I, Captain D. M. H. Langston. Killed: Private J. B. F. Hollingsworth. Wounded: Captain D. M. H. Langston, Sergeant E. Williams, (since died,) Corporal J. G. A. Holland, (since died,) privates M. Blakely, J. E. Bell, E. M. Compton, G. McDunnon, C. C. Ferguson, William Holland, J. T. Langston, M. M. McQuown, William Ray, Sergeant W. B. Byrd. Company K, Captain S. M. Lanford. Killed: Corporal W. A. Smith, private J. L. Gentry. Wounded: Captain S. M. Lanford
with musketry, canister and shell. Col. Lyttle led several companies of Irishmen to charge the battery, when he was brought down by a shot in the leg. Col. Smith's 13th Ohio engaged the enemy on the left, and Col. Lowe's 12th Ohio directly in the front. Col. Lowe fell dead at the head of his regiment, early in the hotteheir covert in the woods. Gen. McClellan's dispatch to the Secretary of War in regard to the affair of yesterday, is remarkably brief. He merely says that Gen. Smith made a reconnaissance with 2,000 men to Lewinsville, remained several hours, and completed the examination of the ground. When their work was completed, and th that he was taken prisoner. A man, supposed to be a spy, was arrested to-day in the neighborhood of the Chain Bridge, and was taken to the headquarters of Gen. Smith, heavily ironed. Everything has been remarkably quiet in the neighborhood of Bailey's and Ball's Cross-Roads. The residence of Mr. Ball, to the right of B
, one sugar bowl, six cups and saucers, one china teapot, three salt stands, one dozen plated spoons, six forks, and one table-cloth, valued at $1,000, the property of Mrs. Mary C. Van Lew; but there being no testimony sustaining the accusation, the girl was discharged. Willie Ann Smith was fined $10 for permitting her servant woman, Jane, to seek employment about the city upon the face of an improper pass. A Snyder, proprietor of a stove foundry at the corner of Cary and 10th streets, was yesterday before His Honor to answer the complaint of creating a smoke-stack upon his premises, which greatly endangered the safety of the property in the surrounding neighborhood. Messrs. Thos. W. McCance and J. Adams Smith, the complainants, testified positively that the smoke-stack was a nuisance, and they felt uneasy all the time lest their property would take fire therefrom. The matter was adjourned over till to-morrow, in order to allow Mr. Snyder time to offer rebutting evidence.