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. Manney; First Lieutenants, Walter Pender, E. R. Walker; Second Lieutenant, John W. Robertson. Company H--Old Topsall Rifles--Captain, Stephen D. Pool; First Lieutenants, John C. Manson, Joseph P. Robinson; Second Lieutenant, B. T. Miller. This company has been reorganized for artillery service, and is regularly attached to the Leash regiment North Carolina artillery. Company B--"Woodpecks"--Captain, Timothy Guion; First Lieutenants, William Adams,--Stevenson; Second Lieutenant,--Walsh. This company is also a part of the Tenth regiment of artillery. It has been familiarly called the "Woodpecks," from a dash of red in the uniform. Company--First Lieutenants, Cogdell, (commencing,)--Riggs; second Lieutenant, --Primrose. The captain of this company George P. Andrews was made prisoner at the Hatteras fight, but is now at liberty on parole. Company--Capt. Blount. Each company numbers about 50 men; but as a large number are not fit for duty, the strength of th