--Up to 5 o'clock yesterday evening, captured Yankees had been received in the C. S. Prison
here as part of the results of the battles of Saturday and Sunday.
It is a sad commentary on the war to think that for the war hiese carcase of each one of these vile scoundrels perhaps the life of a Southern tartlet and gentleman was offered up on the bloody after which fanaticism and fiendish have has reared in our land.
They each and ail, disserve the batter as any thieve, or murderers that have fallen victims to the majesty of an offended law. The following is a list of the officers captured with the precious crew above referred to end brought here George C Speer
31st Penn George
M do Geo
Capt Co C. d. W J McCarter
, 1st Lieut
Co G. 93d Penn. Sem I Cuskader.
Co. D. 32d Penn. Johns A Smith.
Co. B. Soth Penn
Thomas Y. Baher
Soth N. Y. G. A. Guerusey
. Sergeant Major
; M Bailey
. N. Y. C. F. Gardner
. 1st Lieut
Co. F. Penn
. N. Y. J. A. N. veil.
Co. D. Penn
. N. Y. F. Linch
. , Co. E. 100th N. Y. L. Smith
, 1st Lieut.
C. D, 26th N. Y. E. M. Croll
, 2d Lieut
Co. E. 101d Penn J. H. Nicholas
Co. C 96th N Y W B Moore
Captain Co B, 100th N Y. A number of the prisoners, though classed as Yankees drew their first breaths over the sea. The man Speer
alluded to above received a bullier in the neck.
Several of the other officers were also wounded, but not very severely; enough of them, however, were hurt to give Dr. Higginbotham
of Post, a busy time.
Prisoners continued to arrive all last night.