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Yankee prisoners.

--Among the results of the last two days operations below Richmond was the capture of five hundred and sixty-five prisoners, including the following officers, all of whom have been brought to this city and securely stowed away: CaptainsJohn C. Keenan, Tenth New Hampshire; H. Wentworth, Nineteenth Wisconsin; M. Sheriff, Nineteenth Wisconsin; H. C. Backman, Ninety-sixth New York; M. F. Corcoran, Tenth New Hampshire, and J. Carroll, Fifth Maryland. First Lieutenants--A. C. Hackley, Nineteenth Wisconsin; H. H. Murray, Thirteenth New Hampshire, and M. C. Harris, Ninety-sixth New York. Second Lieutenants--Dewit Wildur, One Hundred and Forty-eighth New York; George A. Petter, One Hundred and Eighteenth New York; J. S. Chase, Eighth Maine, and Thomas E. Allen, Ninety-sixth New York.

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