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he different Generals, were paroled, whose names do not appear. It will be observed that many regiments are commanded by Captains, or subordinate officers. A large number of Colonels, Lieut. Colonels and Majors, have been killed or wounded.--Some have been detailed on staff duty, and paroled as such. Some few were absent. The following is the list: Lieut Gen. John C. Pemberton. Major Generals,--M. L. Smith, C. L. Stevenson, John H. Forney, John S Bowen. Brigadier Generals--Thos H. Taylor, Alfred Cummings, S. M. Barton, F. A. Shoup, Louis Hebert, W E Baldwin, S D Lee, J C Vaughn, John V Harris, John C Moore. Colonels commanding brigades--Thos P. Dockery, a W Reynolds, F M Cockrell. Col. Edward Higgins commanded the river batteries. commands and commanding officers. 22d Louisiana, infantry, S Jones, captain. 23d Louisiana, John T Plattiner, colonel, 153 men. 3d Louisiana, David Pierson, major, 230 men. 31st Louisiana, James W Draughon, col., 523 men