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pelled to use crutches. One of them, whose name is John A. Taylor, lost his right leg, which was amputated close to the hip joint. His left leg was terribly mangled, but will probably be saved. I learn that he fought with most desperate and reckless bravery at one of the guns of the gallant Captain Delagnel. Taylor states that there were about a dozen of his comrades who had their legs amputated, and that all have died. These released prisoners bring very important news from Northwestern Virginia, which I send you herewith. [Published in yesterday's Dispatch.] The following is a list of the prisoners above mentioned: Captain C. H. Irving, H. D. Crockett, David Comfort, N. C. Reid, A. L. Farley, 20th Virginia Regiment; John A. Taylor, Amos Curry, E. H. Crazy, J. Midden, of the Lee Battery; W. H. Allen, D. O. Young, 1st Georgia Regiment; Thomas Jauntry, 23d Virginia; Janus Lane, 27th Virginia. A Baltimore schooner, the Florida, Captain Terrell, from Saint Doming
What Lincoln is doing in Northwestern Virginia. --It seems to be clear that the Lincoln Government has organized a new United States District Court in Northwestern Virginia appointing some traitor in place of -dge Brockenbrough, and that this Court instructed its grand jury to indict, and they have accordingly indicted, seveNorthwestern Virginia appointing some traitor in place of -dge Brockenbrough, and that this Court instructed its grand jury to indict, and they have accordingly indicted, several hundred worthy citizens of that region for treason. Among those thus branded as traitors by the abominable Lincoln dynasty, we may mention the venerable Gen. T. S. Haymond, of Marton county, who is now in this city, and a number of other refugees from that section. Col. W. J. Willey is also under the ban. So, also, are many wds, and their followers, aiders, and abettors, be expelled by a powerful army, and the true men be enabled to feel the pro- arm of a nation which is "a power in the earth." We feel certain that the Confederate authorities experience a lively interest to the welfare of the people of Northwestern Virginia who are true to the South.