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fined there. The ladies of the Atlanta Hospital Association have presented Col. John A. Morgan with a beautiful cane. The gentlemen ought to present him with a sword. Colonel Daniel W. Adams, lately commanding the First Louisiana Regulars, has been prompted to the grade of Brigadier-General Confederate States Army. Owing to various disasters, among them the recent heavy and continued rains, the harvest in Georgia, it is said, reveals a remarkably short trop of wheat. Edward Everett is camping it through the West, haranguing the people on "the origin and character of the war." Peter German, a well-known Government contractor, died suddenly in Washington on the 7th inst. The tax bill, which has passed the Federal Senate, will give it is computed, about a hundred and twenty million dollars. Gen. McDowell was flourishing about Washington, with his staff, on the 6th inst. So he has not been sent to Fort Lafayette. One of the Federal commanding is nam
vate W. T. Couch. Company B, Commanded by Captain J. M. White.--Killed: Privates W. T Mann. J. C Wells. Wounded; Privates Thos Stockwell. N. Z Johnson. J. J. Wallis, T. McDonald, J. N Clelland, J. F Loucas. Missing: Private Henry Lester. Company C. Commanded by Capt D. B Henry.--Killed: Private A Section. Wounded: Corp'l John A Lane. Privates A A Bell, shoulder; J. T Word, arm; Jas R. Head, head; Alex Miller, head; John J Miles, hip; Laten Forrell, arm. Missing: Private B. F Everett; Serg't Jonathan Jennings. Company D, commanded by Capt. Leo A. J. Williams.--Wounded Serg't C. W. Baker, hand and arm; Jno. Eason, arm, amputated; N. L. Farmby, hand; J. A. Denny, neck; Wm. Wilson, hand; H. L. Harris, arm; C. R. Power, head; G. M. Seagin, shoulder. Missing: T. D. Bazer. Company E. commanded by Capt. E. R. Whitley. Capt. Whitley stunned by a shed. Killed; C. K. McLure. W. H. Bullard. Wounded; G. W. McCormick, shoulder; F. S. Morse, foot; G. W. Johnston, arm; Jo