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cky Volunteers, wounded in the recent disaster on the Central Railroad, wish to return their thanks to the Superintendent and officers of that road, for the liberality with which they have endeavored to repair our losses. We desire also to express our gratitude to Drs. Jackson and Jones, the Surgeons, and to the committee of the St. Charles Hospital, for the skill, attention and kindness with which we were cared for. We also have to thank the citizens of Richmond, who have so generously contributed to our comfort, and especially Mr. Richardson and Rev. Mrs. Sumner, who have nursed as well as assisted us. The tender care and unwearying kindness with which Mrs. Grinnell and Miss Hussey, who volunteered to nurse us, have performed the trying task, will be remembered in our prayers. Davis Rangers.--W. Gillmore, Lieutenant; R. Overton, John G. Quiggens, G. H. Coffee. Davis Guards.--Charles White, Orderly Sergeant; P. Walker, M. Little, Thomas Housel, H. McCullough, W. Porter.