onfined in Fort Lafayette, arrived in Philadelphia, having been discharged by order of the War Department.
The following list of prisoners now at the fort was obtained from him, and is published in the Philadelphia Press:
Room Number One.--E. S. Ruggles, Fredericksburg, Va., July 20; James E. Murphy, Portsmouth, Va., July 31; John H. Cusick, Woodville, Md., July 31;Charles M. Hagland, Baltimore, Md.,July 31; John W. Davis, Baltimore, July 31;George Miles, Richmond, Va., August 22; James G. Guthrie, Petersburg, Va., August 23; J. R. Barbour, Lake Providence, La., August 24; D. C. Lowber, New Orleans, August 25; R. F. Grove, New York city, Sept. 1.
Room Number Two.--Chas. Howard, Samuel H. Lyon and Wm. Gatchell, Baltimore, Md., July 31; Richard H. Alvey, Hagerstown, Md., July 31; Austin E. Smith, San Francisco, Aug. 2; John Williams, Norfolk, Va., Aug. 11; John G. Beriot, Washington, D. C., Aug. 25; Samuel J. Anderson. New York city, Aug. 27; Frank E. Williams, Chocklain, Ark