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J C A Bell, Co. H, 22d Georgia; Capt Anthony Konler, Co. G. 8th Alabama; Captain R Y Brown, Co. A, 18th Mississippi; First Lieutenant G W Jones, company I, 18th Virginia; Second Lieutenant J W Hack, 9th Virginia; Second Lieutenant J W Whitehead, company I, 53d Virginia; First Lieut S Crawford, Co. K, 6th N C, Second Lieut J T Martir, Co. L. 21st N C; First Lieut M F Jones, Co. D, 23d N C; First Lieut S J Evans, Co. B, 47th N C; Second Lieut J D Newson, Co. II, same regiment; First Lieut G M Whiting, Co. C, same regiment; Third Lieut Wyatt Lee, Co. C, 22d Ga; Second Lt G Songlesby, Co. G, 3d Ga; Second Lt C R Rice, Co. H, 8th Als; Second Lt W C Moody, Co. B, 2d Miss; Second Junior L Andrew London, Co. A. 16th Miss; and First Lt B F Wood, Co. H, 5th F a. The following named are at West's Building Hospital; Lt. Col. M. A. Parks, 52d North Carolina; Lt Col. M. J. Bulger, 47th Alabama, Adj't F. C. Powell, 47th North Carolina; Capt John W Johnson, 11th Georgia; 2d Lt. Beverly Barksdale
Runaways--$210 Reward. -- from the defensive works around Richmond the following free negroes, impressed from Richmond-- John R Brown. John B Campbell. Patrick Coleman. Nicholas Pleasants. Timothy Roper. Jon us B Thomas, Elijah Pittman, George Dixon. John Thacker. Jos Wm George. Robert Clarke, William Harris, Alex Whiting. Edward Gray. By the act of the Virginia Legislature, passed 12th February, 1861, to provide for the enrollment and employment of free negroes in the public service, these negroes being emanate to the rules and regulations of the article of war, are deserters, and a reward of thirty dollars each will be paid for their apprehension and delivery to Capt W G Turpin, at Engineers' office, corner 19th and Cary sts. W H Athvena Col. Eng. jy 30--ts