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Confederate Congress.first session.Senate. Saturday, Feb. 22, 1862. The Senate was called to order at 12 o'clock. Prayer by Bishop Early, of the Methodist Church. The Inaugural ceremonies. Mr. Orr, of S. C., from the joint Committee of Arrangements, to arrange for the inauguration of the President elect and Vice President elect, presented a programme, which was read, adopted and laid upon the table. On motion of Mr. Orr, the Senate took a recess until 25 minutes past 12 o'clock P. M. At that hour the Senate re-assembled, and repaired, in a body, to the Hall of the House of Delegates, in accordance with the said programme. After the inauguration ceremonies were concluded, the Senate again re-assembled, in the Senate Chamber, whereupon, On motion of Mr. Brown, of Miss., the Senate adjourned until Monday, at 12 o'clock M.
e extent of the captures, everything being in such confusion within the fortress. The 51st and 57th Virginia regiments, and several Arkansas, Alabama, and Texas regiments were among the forces which left with Pillow and Floyd in the night. The rebel surgeons place their loss in killed and wounded at between three and four hundred killed and double the number wounded. The following are the names of some of the rebel officers captured: Col. Gantt, Col. Voorhees, Col. Forrest, Col. Brown, and Col. Abernathy. The following dispatch shows that the Federalists have discovered that they have not captured Gen. A. S. Johnston: Cairo, Feb. 17.--The steamer Memphis arrived from Fort Donelson this evening, bringing a Mississippi regiment of prisoners and some fifty or sixty wounded soldiers who were left at Mound City. Eight or nine others boats were on their way up with prisoners. The rebels who escaped from Fort Donelson went to Nashville or Clarksville, where it is su
Committed to jail as a Runaway. --Was committed to the jail of the corporation of the City of Norfolk, on the 12th day of September, 1861, negro man Albert Brown. The said negro man is five feet six and a half inches high, and weighs about 140 pounds, has a scar on the right arm about six inches long, dark complexion, and about twenty-five years old Had on when committed gray clothing, and says he belongs to James Fisher. Thomas J. Corprew, fe 5--3w* Sergeant City of Norfolk.