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Deceased soldiers.

--For the information of the friends and relatives of the Confederate prisoners who have recently returned from the North, we publish the following list of those brought here by the last flag-of-truce boat who have since died at the Receiving (Seabrook) Wayside Hospital:

J. E. Goper, company E, Fourteenth Georgia regiment; J. W. Tunstall, citizen, place unknown; J. Bruin, citizen, place unknown; William J. Farmer, Thirty-seventh Virginia regiment; John Durhone, company E, First North Carolina; Sidney J. Hall, company A, Thirteenth North Carolina; J. W. Edgarton, Sixth North Carolina cavalry; D. Bullock, company D, Fifth Virginia; E. Beech, company C, Eighteenth North Carolina; W. F. Saunders, company K, Twenty-sixth North Carolina; C. Benfield, company F, Twenty-second North Carolina; N. W. Kelly, company D, Eleventh Mississippi; C. D. Shield, company D, Twenty-seventh North Carolina; W. R. Ray, Twenty-seventh North Carolina cavalry; A. M. Hedden, company C, Seventh Tennessee; T. Owen, company H. Thirty- eighth Virginia; W. H. Pass, company C, Cobb's Legion; S. Burgess, company F, Sixty-sixth North Carolina; J. Rushing, company E, Eleventh South Carolina; J. W. Drummond, company F, Holcombe's Legion; J. Gibson, company B, Twenty-fourth Virginia; J. Cahill, company H, Forty-second Virginia cavalry; T. H. Sparrow, company C, Fifty-fifth North Carolina; J. M. Lethridge, company E, Sixty-first Alabama; corporal W. W. Johnson, company E, Twenty-seventh South Carolina; G. D. Moore, company I, Fiftieth Virginia. Six or eight others were brought here dead, whose names could not be ascertained.

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