Cenas, (Midshipman U. S. M. C.,) New Orleans, August 28; Em. Patrick, Brooklyn, N. Y., August 28; Ellis B. Schnable, Pennsylvania, August 29; Uriah B. Harrold, Macon, Ga. August 30; Richard S. Freeman, Macon, Ga., August 31; Henry A. Reeves, Greenport, L. I., September 4.
Privateersmen.--Crew of prize schooner York, of Norfolk, Va., taken from the schooner G. B. Baker, of Galveston, Texas, by United States gunboat Union, August 9, 1861; Pat McCarthy, John Williams, James Reilly, Archibald Wilson.
Crew of prize schooner Dixie, taken from schooner Mary Alice, New York, by the United States steam frigate Wabash, August 3, 1861; John A. Marshall, Charles Forrester, Geo. O. Gladden, J. P. N. Carlos, John Joanellie.
The Hatteras prisoners — their New quarters in the Fort.
At an early hour on Wednesday evening, Castle William, on Governor's Island, was put in order to accommodate the Hatteras prisoners.
The guns were run in, and the ports, which have been closed for many y