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Leavy, Robert Huckier, C. H. Marriott, Thos. Quigley, John Haigins, G. R. Burnett, Wm. Smith, Robert M. Raison, Edward C. Cottrell, E. H. McCubbin, J. Q. Coleman, J. R. Runnell, P. O'Brien, Wm. Perry, A. Thompson, Rutson Maury, E. M. Jones, George Julius, J. Garwell Guthrie, Christopher Lederidge, J. M. Perkins, Thomas Matthews, David Chall, Richard Lewis, Isaiah Hutton, Patrick Brady, Thomas Broot bank, R. C. Holland, J. P. Swain, Wm. Grosse, J. H. Weaver, N. Strong, J. Smith. From Fort Warren.--J. R. Barbour, B. Barton, R. I. Truman, J. A. Douglas, P. F. Newton, G. Shackleford, F. D. Flanders, James Brown, Edward Bawm, Ed. O'Neil, Wm. St. George, Charles Kane, Wm. H. Gulchill, J. Hanson, Thomas T. F. Rainn, J. R. Flanders, W. W. Raw, A. De Costa, Wm. H. Hindor, R. S. Guinn, S. F. Newton, E. Gibon, Parker H. French, E. C. Myatt, Geo. Van Amminger, J. English, Wm. G. Harrison, Robert M. Dennison, W. T. McCune, H. M. Warfield. From Fortress Monroe. Fortress Monroe, Feb. 20
ayette, but not being aware that such currency was received on deposit in Wall street, and for other reasons, the kind offer was declined. Capt. Johnson, of North Carolina, was one of those captured at Hatteras, and was only released from Fort Warren by exchange on the 10th of January last. He immediately rejoined what was left of his old regiment, and got in just in time to be taken again.--Some of his old friends of the 24th Massachusetts, who so carefully guarded him at Fort Warren, exFort Warren, expressed their joy at seeing him again, to which he gruffly replied that he "Wasn't glad to see them." He can now serve out his second term, and is justly entitled to the appellation of "an old offender." The capture of C. Jennings Wise. When the Zouaves had brought back the boats that were endeavoring to escape through Shallow Rock Bay, Wise, mortally wounded, was taken to the house of Mr. Samuel Jarvis, which had been converted into a hospital for the rebel wounded. He was shot in t