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Acknowledgment Messrs. Editors:--Please acknowledge, through your paper, the following contributions to the sick and wounded soldiers: Lieut Wm C Carrington, Co D, 19th Reg't Va Vols, Howardsville, Va$10.00 Committee of Rixbon, N C, through G D Satterfield132.00 J Dixson, Wilmington, N C25.00 J C W, Norfolk, Va50.00 Citizens of Henrico, through Josiah Dabb12.50 Edmund Ruffin, Hanover, Va60.00 Dr J J Tompkins, Norfolk, one barrel sweet potatoes Jas. Kyle, Fayetteville, N C, 192 dozen eggs. Mrs Wm T Martin, Mrs Macon Trabue, and Mrs James Gregory, sheets, drawers, linens, &c. Box, per Southern Express Co, to Jos Mayo, Esq, containing clothing, bandages, liquor, &c. Isaac W. Walker, Chairman Committee Collections.
Tamlin Avent, J. R. Chambliss, Sr, Wm. H. Spratley. Halifax — S. B. Major, William H. Clarke, John E. Edmonds. Hampshire--Charles Blue, E. M Armstrong, David Gibson. Hancock — Benjamin Griffith, Wm. M. Porter, Thos. Bambrick. Hanover--Dr. Henry Curtis, Wm. R. Winn, William F. Wickham. Hardy — Thomas Maslin, G. J. Barbee, Charles Lobb. Harrison — James M. Jackson, Aaron Criss, James McCauley. Henrico — Sherwin McRea, John B. Young, W. B. Randolph. Henry — C. F. Thomas, William Martin, George W. Booker. Highland — A. Stephenson, Geo. W. Hill, Andrew H. Byrd. Isle of Wight — Wm. M Crocker, A. Atkinson, F. M. Boykin, Sr. Jackson — Jacob Armstrong, Robert Park, S. J. C. Davenport. James City — R. L. Henley, A. W. Hawkins, M. R. Harrell. Jefferson — B. Davenport, Andrew Hunter, R. W. Baylor. Kanawha — J. G. Newman, Wm. Quarrier, Henry Fitzhugh. King George--A bram B. Hooe, Charles Mason, Ed. T. Taylors, King and Queen — Thomas R. Gresha
ly surrendered. We have seven hundred and thirty prisoners, among whom are Commodore Barron, Col. Martin of North Carolina, Major R. Showden Andrews (formerly of Baltimore,) of the Confederate Army,upon between Commodore Stringham and Gen. Butler, on the Federal side, and Commodore Barron, Colonel Martin, and Major Andrews, for the Confederates. It will be particularly observed that "the officeted and agreed between the contracting parties that the forces under command of the said Barron, Martin and Andrews, and all munitions of war, arms, men, and property under the command of said Barron, Martin and Andrews, be unconditionally surrendered to the Government of the United States, in terms of full capitulation. And it is stipulated and agreed by the contracting parties, on the part of twhereof, we, the said Stringham and Butler, on behalf of the United States, and the said Barron, Martin and Andrews, representing the forces at Hatteras Inlet, hereunto interchangeably set our hands,