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matron, I cook, I washerwoman, and 4 boys in its service. Clay Street Chapel, Aug. 24 to Sept. 30.--Beds, 78; entries, 187; actual patients, 70; deaths, 7. Soldiers' Home, (Mrs. Jenkins,) June 28 to Sept. 30.--Beds, 40; entries, 147; actual patients, 25; deaths, 7; returned to duty, 96; sent away convalescent, 9; discharged from army, 10. Roberson, on Main and Third streets, from July 30 to Sept. 30.--Beds, 35; entries, 120; actual patients, 35; deaths, 4; returned to duty, 66; discharged from army, 2. Sycamore, from Aug. 21 to Sept. 20.--Beds, 40; entries, 67; actual p; discharged from army, 10. Samaritan, on Cary, between Third and Fourth, from Aug. 19 to Sept. 30.--Beds, 20; entries, 48; actual patients, 20; deaths, 4; sent away convalescent, 8. Mrs. Bug. 10 to Sept. 14.--Beds, 17; entries, 20. Fourth Street, beyond Leigh, from Sept. 18 to Sept. 30.--Beds, 28; entries, 33; actual patients, 28; returned to duty, 2; discharged from army, 1.
Arrival of refugees from Kentucky. Mobile, Sept. 30. --A dispatch yesterday from Clarksburg says Judge Munroe and son, and McKee and Haldeman, of the Louisville Courier, had arrived there, as refugees from Louisville. Breckinridge, Clay, Preston, and other distinguished Kentuckians, had also escaped. Jack Allen has joined Buckner with 300, Humphrey Marshall with 800. Johnston's army is moving up the river from Columbus. Somebody will be hurt.
Arrival of prisoners of war. New Orleans, Sept. 30. --The prisoners of war arrived at noon, and were escorted to the Parish Prison by several companies of our citizen soldiery. New Orleans was out to see them.