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th Carolina. George Davis, Wm. T. Dorton. South Carolina. Robert W. Barnwell. James L. Orr. Tennessee. Langdon C. Haynes. Gustavus A. Henry. Texas. Wm. S. Oldham, Louis T. Wigfall. Virginia. R. M. T. Hunter, Wm. Ballard Preston. Those having the prefixed have served in the United States Congress. The number of old Congressmen in the Senate will be fourteen; new Congressmen, twelve; total twenty-six. House of Representatives. Dist. Alabama. 1. Thos. J. Foster. 2. Wm. R. Smith. 3. John P. Ralls. 4. J. L. M. Carry. 5. Francis S. Lyon. 6. Wm. P. Chilton. 7. David Clopton. 8. James L. Pagh. 9. Edw. L. Dargan. Arkansas. 1. Felix I. Batson. 2. G. D. Royston. 3. Ang. H. Garland. 4. Thomas B. Hanly. Florida. 1. Jas. B. Dawkins. 2. Robt. B. Hilton. Georgia. 1. Julian Hartridge. 2. C. J. Munnerlyn. 3. Hines Holt. 4. Aug. H. Kenan. 5. David W. Lewis. 6. Wm. W. Clark. 7. Robt
At an early none or Saturday morning Gen. Foster commenced a forward movement, followed by t Reno and Gen. Parks. At about half-past & Gen. Foster came up with the enemy, defended by a three Gen. Reno took up the pursuit, followed by Gen. Foster, who kept up the pursuit on the main force els, and near the upper part of the island, Gen. Foster was met by a flag of truce from Col. Shaw, demanding terms of capitulation. Gen. Foster replied that the surrender must be unconditional, and Connecticut regiment, under the command of Gen. Foster, made a dashing bayonet charge upon the bat right by General Reno, and on the left by General Foster. This attack from three sides decided thedied on Sunday morning of his wounds. General Foster's men pursued the rebels to the north end from the main land early Saturday morning. Gen. Foster approached, and had an interview with the ro asked him what terms he would exact. Gen. Foster replied, "An unconditional surrender," and [1 more...]