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Arrived. --Five or six members of the Richmond Blues arrived in the city last evening, from Nag's Head, where they were sick at the time of the engagement at Roanoke Island. They report that Frank Johnston, Thomas Lyon and Manson Mountjoy were wounded, but not dangerously.
broke their guns in pieces — This course was also adopted by the McCulloch Rangers, none of whom are reported killed, though some are wounded. Lieut Bigger, of the Blues, is a prisoner, and unhurt. With twenty-two others, he got into a small boat with a view to escape, but the enemy brought a gun to bear upon them, and ordered them back, and they were forced to return. There are conflicting reports about Lieut. Fred. Carter, though Metzler thinks he is not wounded. It is stated that Frank Johnston, of the Blues, received a flesh wound, but bravely fought on until he was taken prisoner. The Light Guard and Jackson Guard, of this city, lost very few in killed or wounded. It is believed that neither Capt. Wallace nor Capt. Dickinson is wounded, though both are prisoners with their companies. One of the Blues had his gun shot from his hand. He coolly picked it up, and finding the barrel slightly bent, repaired to the nearest tree and straightened it; then again took his pl
"Maryland." --We have received from West & Johnston, a copy of the popular song, "Maryland, my Maryland," arranged for the piano forte.