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fficers are:-- Company A--Captain Graham; 1st Lieut., Henry A. Maxwell; 2d Lieut., Julius Hart. Company B--Captain Reed; 1st Lieut., Thomas W. Baird; 2d Lieut., Richard Campbell. Company C--Captain Sted; 1st Lieut., John Bookhout; 2d Lieut.,------Robinson. Company D--Captain Kennedy; 1st Lieut., John Vaughan; 2d Lieut., not appointed. Company E--Captain Houston; 1st Lieut., Robert Burns; 2d Lieut., John Murray. Company F--Captain Brady; 1st Lieut., J. Hughes; 2d Lieut., Jas. Mullvehill. Company G--Captain Dowling; 1st Lieut., S. Meinbeir; 2d Lieut., Oscar Hoefar. Company H--Captain De Courcey; 1st Lieut., J. W. Dempsey; 2d Lieut., not appointed. Company I--Captain Delany; 1st Lieut., Thomas W. Davis; 2d Lieut., Frank Mott, (son of Dr. Mott of this city.) Company K--Captain Darrow; 1st Lieut., M. Vaughan; 2d Lieut., Wm. Demock. Howitzer corps--Capt. Thaddeus Mott; 1st Lieut.,------Downey. Engineer corps--Captain Sage; 1st Lieut., J. Vanderpoel.--N. Y. World.
Not correct. --The report that we have seen copied in some of the Abolition journals of the death of 1st Lieut. J. W. Dempsey, of Company "H," 2d Regiment New York State Militia, is erroneous. The officer in question was wounded and taken prisoner by our forces, and has, since the battle, been at the General Hospital in this city under treatment. He was struck by a ball on the forehead, which pressed in the skull on the brain, the effects of which was prevented by trepanning. He is now as well as could be expected. The reporter of the Dispatch brings the individual to life at his own request.
y l; Henry Van Orman, company K; Augustus Gauss, company C; Ed. N. Kellogg, company B, and Edw. L. Marsh, company E. Total, twenty-four. Another letter from Dempsey, the Yankee prisoner. From the New York Herald, of the 15th instant, we copy the following letter, from J. W. Dempsey, who, it will be remembered, wrote a letJ. W. Dempsey, who, it will be remembered, wrote a letter from the Charleston prison some time since, in which he took occasion to utter many falsehoods with regard to the treatment of Federal prisoners in the South: Columbia, S. C., Jan. 4, 1862. My Dear Wife --Before this reaches you the papers, no doubt, will have informed you of our removal from Charleston to this citnever was better. Be of good cheer; all will be right. Kiss little Mary for me. My love to mother, sister and the little boys. Your affectionate husband. J. W. Dempsey. Recovery of Gen. M'Clellan. The Washington telegraphic correspondent of the New York Herald, under date of the 14th inst., says: General McCl