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Harris, Samuel J. Hamrick, Wm. H. Johnson, Griffith C. Pentecost, John H. Rose, George F. Sample, Elzy Swain, Wm. S. Smith, Henry B. Trout, Jacob Van Vatter, Henry Williams, Abner Ward. Escaped — Sergts. C. W. Smith and Edward W. Yaryan; Corporals Wallace Stanton and Cyrus D. Cross; privates Wm. Brown, Thos. C. Brown, Caspar en, who arrived by different roads. In the mean time, a number of Ohio and Indiana regiments had reached here to reinforce Gen. Nelson; and these, together with Williams's and Jacob's Kentucky cavalry, which had also arrived, formed an apparently formidable army, and on Monday, when General Smith's approach was announced, confideDistrict of Columbia: You are requested to meet this morning, at eleven o'clock, at the rooms of the Maryland Society, Pearl street, over the store of Weston and Williams. A tender of our services for the defence of Richmond is the object. of the meeting. The call is made with the approval of many friends, and signed by myse
te, Geo. Ward. Paroled prisoners--Sergeant David M. Little; Corporals Wm. C. Morrison, John Cates, Benj. R. Hinchman, Robert Dare, Aloys Gyer; wagoner Benjamin F. Hughes; privates Charles H. Alvey, Samuel B. Bond, Peter R. Brown, Barnett Bright, John Barker, Wm. Clark, Elpathan K. Corey, Jacob B. Ferris, Benj. F. Herbert, John K. Harris, Samuel J. Hamrick, Wm. H. Johnson, Griffith C. Pentecost, John H. Rose, George F. Sample, Elzy Swain, Wm. S. Smith, Henry B. Trout, Jacob Van Vatter, Henry Williams, Abner Ward. Escaped — Sergts. C. W. Smith and Edward W. Yaryan; Corporals Wallace Stanton and Cyrus D. Cross; privates Wm. Brown, Thos. C. Brown, Caspar C. Christ, Martin Egan, John Egan, Enoch Heavenridge, James S. Haynes, Watson Jones, Martin John, Jas. John, Geo. H. Moffitt, Charles Messer, Peter Morely, Asa Maloy, James Perkins, George Pierce, William Porter, James L. Bigger, Webster Snowden, John T. Schiff, John R. Sumter, Henry G. Van Rensellaer, George F. Ward, John W. Winche
ecution among the hordes of raw levies opposing them; and though but a small portion of Gen. Smith's force was engaged, it was mere child's play for them, and scarcely impeded their onward march. General Nelson, who was himself among the wounded, succeeded in reaching Lexington on Sunday, followed by several small squads of his men, who arrived by different roads. In the mean time, a number of Ohio and Indiana regiments had reached here to reinforce Gen. Nelson; and these, together with Williams's and Jacob's Kentucky cavalry, which had also arrived, formed an apparently formidable army, and on Monday, when General Smith's approach was announced, confident predictions of the successful defence of Lexington were indulged in by Federal officers and their sympathizers. Towards night, however, rumor, with her usual truthfulness, announced that immense bodies of confederates were approaching the city by all the roads, and a Federal panic began to develop itself. At night-fall a retrea
hole fleet of gunboats and take them at all hazards, to save this beautiful city from destruction. I am not a resident of this State, but of the confederate States, and if such a scheme can be got up, my name can be had by applying to this office. Corinth. Here is another call: Refugees from the State of Maryland and the District of Columbia: You are requested to meet this morning, at eleven o'clock, at the rooms of the Maryland Society, Pearl street, over the store of Weston and Williams. A tender of our services for the defence of Richmond is the object. of the meeting. The call is made with the approval of many friends, and signed by myself at their request, as an assurance of its authenticity. Walter Lenox. And here another: notice.--All young men out of the army who are familiar with the use of the rifle, and who have patriotism enough to join a body of sharp-shooters for the defence of our beloved capital, will meet at the Washington Monument this day