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son, Mrs. Judge Roosevelt, Mrs. A. Bininger, Mrs. W. C. Bryant, Mrs. R. L. Stuart, Mrs. D. D. Field, Mrs. W. Astor, jr., Mrs. M. Grinnell, Mrs H. B. Smith, Mrs. R. Hitchcock, Mrs. F. Marberry, Mrs. S. F. B. Morse, Mrs. Judge Daly, Mrs. C. Swords, Miss Marquand, Mrs. G. Holbrooke, Mrs. D. Adams, Mrs. H. Baylis, Mrs. H. W. Bellows, Mrs. Stuart Brown, Mrs. Ellis, Mrs. J. D. Wolfe, Mrs. A. Potter, Mrs. Walker, Mrs. Elisha Fish Mrs. C. A. Seward, Mrs. Dr. Osgood, Mrs. Griffin, Mrs. J. Sherwood, Mrs. S. H. Tyng, Mrs. Capt. Shumway, Mrs. Edw. Bayard, Mrs. James Jones, Mrs. Judge Betts, Mrs. Wm. Ward, Mrs. H. E. Eaton, Mrs. W. C. Evarts, Mrs. Judge Bonney, Mrs. G. L. Schuyler, Mrs. Peter Cooper, Mrs. T. Tileston, Mrs. F. S. Wiley, Mrs. H. Webster, Mrs. Moffat, Mrs. S. J. Baker, Mrs. R. Gracie, Mrs. M. Catlin, Mrs. Chandler, Mrs. B. R. Winthrop, Mrs. G. Stuyvesant, Mrs. Geo. Curtis, Mrs. A. R. Eno, Mrs. W. F. Carey, Mrs. A. Hewitt, Mrs.
ated over the town. The disunion flag was captured by Captain Ferry's command, of my regiment, and the Stars and Stripes were run up and given to the breeze in its place. Captain William C. Moreau, of Colonel Crittenden's command, has rendered me very valuable assistance in a business point of view, since I took command of this post; and I hear his conduct in the recent engagement spoken of in terms of praise both by his officers and men. I recommend Corporal Charles Bryant and Sergeant John Griffin of Company G, Seventh Indiana, for good conduct. I have the honor to be, your obedient servant, E. Dumont, Commanding troops at Philippi. --N. Y. Herald, June 16. The victory at Philippi. Grafton, Monday Night, June 3. Yesterday morning, at ten o'clock, four regiments left here in two divisions--one consisting of the 1st Virginia regiment, part of the Ohio 16th, and the Indiana 7th, under command of Col. Kelly; the other the Indiana 9th and the Ohio 14th, commanded
Horsfall; Surgeon, Dr. James L. Van Ingen; Asst.-Surgeon, Dr. A. A. Edmestor; Chaplain, A. A. Farr. line officers.--Co. A--Capt., W. P. Gridley; Lieut., Daly; Ensign, E. W. Groote. Co. B--Capt., John Hastings; Lieut., Vands; Ensign, L. M. Norton. Co. C--Capt., A. Wiltsie; Lieut., A. B. Mitchell; Ensign, Sam. Leith. Co. D--Capt., J. C. McGuinniss; Lieut., Barry; Ensign, R. M. Sayres. Co. E--Capt., S. Truax; Lieut., W. Horsfall; Ensign, John Vedder. Co. F--Capt., M. H. Donovan; Lieut., Ed. Fisher; Ensign, John Mooney. Co. G--Capt. Stephen Farriot; Lieut., J. H. Morgan; Ensign, W. H. Ellis. Co. H--Capt., Peter Hogan; Lieut., T. C. Rogers; Ensign, J. M. Carmichael. Co. I--Capt., Thomas Radcliff; Lieut., Fisher; Ensign, C. W. Heald. Co. K--Capt., D. L. Bartlett; Lieut., A. Seeley; Ensign, H. G. Goodnow. non-commissioned Staff.--Sergeant-Major, T. M. Holden; Quartermaster-Sergeant, Vance; Color-Sergeant, H. Roger; Drum-Major, Griffin; Fife-Major, T. S. Green.--N. Y. Express, June 19.