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State prisoners. --There are over one hundred prisoners of war still confined in the Old Capitol prison at Washington. Mrs. Greenbow, Mrs. Morris, and Mrs. Burley are still confined there.
Boon, slightly wounded in arm; Private W P Sears, severely in wrist. Company F--Captain Nelson commanding: none. Company G--Capt Wright commanding: Lieut D T Hubbard, wounded in arm Privates Wm H Mitchell, and Andrew J Hall, killed; Robt Creasy, mortally in hip and ankle; Robt N Hart, mortally in abdomen Jas P Payne, mortally through body; Wm Barker, in hand; a J Rice, hand; Jas a Hogan, severely in shoulder; Admire Turner, severely in wrist; Jno W Bibro, severely in shoulder; John L Morris, severely in thigh; Robt D Mitched, slightly in foot; Tazewell Whorley, in back; Uriah Ayers, slightly in hand; Jno H Creasy, severely in knee; Lewis G Creasy, slightly in face; Andrew J Skinnell, severely in shoulder Jesse Stephens, slightly in shoulder; Thos P Williams, slightly in hand and shoulder; Jno D Williams, slightly in hip; Calvin P Dearing, slightly in shoulder: Josiah Williamson, severely in thigh; Jno Roberts, in hand; Milton H Ferguson, severely in shoulder; a L Scott, severel