In leaving, the Yankee officers expressed their thanks for the kindness with which they had been treated in Charleston.
The roll was called for our officers, and the following then came on board our steamer:
Major-General Edward Johnson, Virginia; Major-General Frank Gardner, Louisiana; Brigadier- General George H. Stewart, Maryland; Brigadier-General J. J. Archer, Virginia; Brigadier- General M. Jeff. Thompson, Missouri.
Colonels James N. Brown, Fourteenth South Carolina; H. M. Barbour, Thirty-seventh North Carolina; R. W. Carter, First Virginia cavalry; Norvell Cobb, Forty-fourth Virginia infantry; B. E. Candill, Tenth Kentucky cavalry; B. W. Duke, Second Kentucky; W. H. Forney, Tenth Alabama; W. J. Ferguson, Sixteenth Virginia; J. M. Hanks, Kentucky cavalry; R. C. Morgan, Kentucky; W. H. Peebles, Forty-fourth Georgia; James Pell, Forrest's cavalry; Vandavender, Fiftieth Virginia; W. W. Ward, Tennessee.
Lieutenant-Colonels James T. Tucker, Seventh regiment; James