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H Dikes, 44th Ga; W Taffar, 22d N C; Jesse Scarlet, 38th N C; Wm P Lewis, H H Whaley, 44th Ga; W R Oldridge, James Mills, W Bolen, John Joneugh, 15th Ga; J B Hopkins, 2d Ga; Lieut W W Williamson, 8th Ga; W D Lewis, 2d Ga; Jacob A Allbright, do do; J L Burks, W Roby, do do; Lieut Jh Ga; Jas Lyle, 17th Ga; E P Pearson, 2d Ga; A H Smith, 8th Ga; J T Lewis, do do; R A Gentry, do do, Jas M O Shields, 2d Tenn; P H McDowell, Ro M Scott, co D, 12th Miss; Seth S Martin. co E, 12th Miss; Wm H Lewis, co E, 1st N C; Isaac Rechelle, co K, 3d N C; Benj J Garrish, 3d N Kirkland, Lt R H Sheton, 11th Ala; J L Bentley, B F Adams, Sgt A F Lewis, R M Rogers, 10th Ala; H P Johnson, 8th Ala; Chas Ellis, 4th Ala; Ch Ga; D L Hitchcock, co F, 44th Ga; P M Stewart, co C, 44th Ga; J W Lewis, co D, 44th Ga; C L Pitts, co H, 44th Ga; J F McKibben, co D, 44th ; Capt Vandergraft, wounded in foot, 5th Alabama battalion. Capt Geo. C Lewis, company K, 12th North Carolina, slight wound in thigh.
ert, 25th N; J; 1st Lt Thos Bishop, 25th N Y; Lt E Eichelberger, 8th Pa; Major Henry Chitz, 12th U S Infantry Regulars; Capt P W Stanhope, 12th U S Infantry; Col T B W Stockton, 16th Michigan; Capt H R Combe, 12th N Y; 1st Lt Chas Wilson, 3d N J; Lewis P Mudgett, 1st Lt and Adjt, 2d Me; 2d Lt Joel Parker, 1st N J; Capt A E Miles, 1st Pa; Lt T G McNaughton, 1st Pa; Lt B Lewis, 1st Pa; Lt Chas A Bayard, 5th Wisconsin; Lt J M Wells jr, belonging to Gen Porter's staff; Lt L B Woltz, 8th Pa; Lt R D er, 8th Pa; Major Henry Chitz, 12th U S Infantry Regulars; Capt P W Stanhope, 12th U S Infantry; Col T B W Stockton, 16th Michigan; Capt H R Combe, 12th N Y; 1st Lt Chas Wilson, 3d N J; Lewis P Mudgett, 1st Lt and Adjt, 2d Me; 2d Lt Joel Parker, 1st N J; Capt A E Miles, 1st Pa; Lt T G McNaughton, 1st Pa; Lt B Lewis, 1st Pa; Lt Chas A Bayard, 5th Wisconsin; Lt J M Wells jr, belonging to Gen Porter's staff; Lt L B Woltz, 8th Pa; Lt R D Hall, 1st Pa Rifles; Ass't Surgeon L S Ludington, 1st Conn.
train of Richmond and Danville Railroad Company and legal reward will be paid for their return at office of the company in Richmond, or at any action on the road, viz: Carter, the property of Mrs. Anne H. W of Carolina county; about 6 feet high, stout and very black complexion, 3d years of age a marks recollected. Hellis, the property of Wm. P. Todd, of Caroline county; about 5 feet 8 inches his stout, yellow complexion, scar on left. of face; about 40 or 42 years old. Lewis, the property of Wm. H. kner, Caroline county; about 5 feet 6 inches to ably stout, black complexion; about 36 years no marks known, but has a downcast look will spoken to. Edmund, the property of A Hutcheson, Richmond city, about 5 feet 2 inches high, speak built, very black; about 26 years old, no march known. Persons delivering the above named slaves at office, at Richmond, or at any station on the Richmond and Danville Railroad, will take a receipt the men delivered, and th