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ed and Missing in the Battle of Bull Ran, fought July 18th, 1861. Washington Artillery, Major J. B. Walton, Commander.--Killed--Private G. W. Muse. Wounded--Captain B. F. Eschleman, below knee; Privates H. H. Baker, leg; H. Tully, mouth; H. L. Zecal, face; J. A. Tariton, below knee. Seventh Louisiana Regiment. Colonel H. Hays, Commander--Killed--Privates J. S. Brooks and Miles Smythe. Wounded--Privates P. Crim, J. McMann, slightly. Seventh Virginia Regiment. Lieut. Colonel Williams, Commander.--Killed--Private J. Brown. Wounded--1st Lieut.--Duvall, slight; Privates B. F. Fielding, L. Toombs, W. Hockstep, H. C. Burrows, S. McDede. 1st Virginia Regiment, Major F. G. Skinner, Commander.--Killed.--Lt. H. H. Miles, Corporal--Morris, Privates--Allen, J. S. Mallory, J. S. Wilkinson, M. A. Barnes, W. Diacont. Wounded.--Capt. J. K. Lee, severely — since died; Lieuts. W. W. Harrison, slight — foot; Wm. English, slight; Sergeants — Lumpkin, slight — hand;
Arrival from Rio de Janeiro. --Notwithstanding the vigilant blockade, the brig West Indian, of New Orleans, Capt. F. Arnet, arrived here yesterday in forty-one days from Rio de Janeiro, with a cargo of fifteen hundred bags of coffee, consigned to that enterprising commercial house, Geo. W. Williams & Co. Ninety-seven miles east of the bar the W.I. was chased by a man-of-war under canvas. At half-past 5 A. M., on Sunday, made a steamer and sailing vessel off this bar blockading; but in consequence of their being at anchor, the West Indian was enabled to reach the Swash Channel and get safely into port. No news of special importance at Rio. Coffee was high, and there were some forty sail of Yankee vessels in port, which found it difficult to get freights in consequence of the existing troubles. The Yankee captains employed part of their time in abusing the South, and saying what terrible things their countrymen at the North would do. English vessels that had reached Rio repo