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ll, co E, do; C W Deveresur. co K 145th Pa; G F C Smart co do; E J Fulkerson, co H, 29th Ohio; A McWilliams, co F. 157th N Y; Jos Gu swider, co F, 82d Ohio; E G Jackson, co H, 84th Pa; F W Mitchell co I 12th ill John E Beynolds, G, 68th Pa; A H Nixon, K, 84th; Pa; Chas J Smith, K, 2d Del; L E Witman, 1st Lieut and Adj't. 47th Pa;jugation of the people of his native State. It is also said that his mother is still living, and a resident of Rocketts, in rather indigent circumstances. Gen Jackson and his wound. It is said that from the first moment his wound was received, Gen. Jackson has exhibited that patient endurance for which he is so remarkableGen. Jackson has exhibited that patient endurance for which he is so remarkable. It is related that during the amputation of his arm the General swooned, and was for some minutes unconscious. When he partially recovered from this one of his aids asked him how he felt, when his reply was, "Very comfortable. Order forward the infantry to the front!" One of our prisoners. Among the prisoners who fel
rview I returned to my camp, stopping on the way two hours. On reaching my camp, I found on my table an order from Gen. McClellan to prepare myself with three days rations and the usual amount of ammunition, and to be ready to march at two o'clock on Monday. This order was communicated to the whole army, and I firmly believe that order meant Richmond. I had said to Gen. McClellan that if we were unsuccessful it would probably cost him his head, but that he might as well die for an old sheep as for a lamb. I told him that I knew of no better place to put an army than between Johnston — who was at that time in Pope's front — and the defences of Richmond; that the troops holding those defences would have to march to the succor of Jackson, and would be compelled to come out and give battle outside of their defences, where I knew we were always stronger than the enemy. But before the time arrived for executing that order it was countermanded, and hence the results of Pope's campaig