he recent brilliant and successful storming of Plymouth, N. C. They were a very fine looking set of men, and doubtless claim to be among the best blood of the North.--Their names are as follows:
Brig Gen. H. W. Wessel, commanding District of Albemarle Sound; Capt. A. Stewart, A. A. G.; D. G. Rush, A and I.
G.; Lt. D. F. Bugle, A. D. C.; Lt. M. G. Ford, A. D. C.; Capt Coats, A. and I.
G.; Lieut Col. S. S. Moffett; Col. Frank Beach, 16th Conn; Lieut Col. S. H. Burham, 16th Conn; Major H. L. Rasca, 16th Conn; Capt J. D. Wheeler, 15th Conn; Lt. A. P. Day, do; Lt. Gordon Robins, 16th Conn; J. H. Rawlings, Chaplain, 103d Va, Lt. A. S. Billingsly, 101st Pa; lt. O. McCall, 103d Pa; J. D. Lewis, Surgeon 85th N. Y.; A. R. Frick, Surgeon 105th N. Y., and N. Mayer, Surgeon 16th Conn.
Accompanying these officers were two negroes, partially dressed in Federal uniforms, who were claimed as servants.
They were all committed to the Libby prison, the general depository of Yankee officers.