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Fayetteville, N. C., Capt. J. C. Booth. Charleston Arsenal, Charleston, S. C., Capt. F. L. Childs. Augusta Arsenal, Augusta, Ga., Lieut.-Col. W. G. Gill. Mount Vernon Arsenal, Mount Vernon, Ala., Capt. J. L. White. Columbus Depot, Columbus, Miss., Major W. R. Hunt. Atlanta Depot, Atlanta, Ga., Lieutenant M. H. Wright. Savannah Depot, Savannah, Ga., Capt. R. M. Cuyler. Knoxville Depot, Knoxville, Ga., Lieut. P. M. McClung. Baton Rouge Arsenal, Baton Rouge, La., F. C. Humphreys, military storekeeper. Montgomery Depot, Montgomery, Ala., C. G. Wagner, military storekeeper. The government will pay all charges to these places, and receipts will be promptly returned to the proper parties. Persons and congregations placing their bells at the service of the government, are requested to send a statement of the fact, with a description and weight of the bell to the chief of the bureau of ordnance, at Richmond, for record in the war department.--Norfolk Day-Book, April 21.
ork. The Surgeon will point out the place of his interment. I have the honor to be, very respectfully, your. obedient servant, J. L. Reno, Brigadier-General. Department of Norfolk, headquarters Third brigade Volunteers, Camden Co., N. C., April 21. To Brig.-Gen. J. L. Reno, U. S. A.: General: In reply to your letter of the twentieth instant, I have to state that I have referred the subject of the wounded men to department headquarters, and am instructed to inform you that they will be r informant could not tell us the exact number of killed and wounded, but says it was at first estimated to be about one hundred. Since then the number has very much decreased, and from last accounts, our loss it is thought will not exceed fifty. The enemy's loss is represented as being very heavy, and is put down at from eight hundred to nine hundred. The account of the great havoc made among the Unionists by our artillery pieces, is confirmed by our informant.--Norfolk Day-Book, April 21.