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The Daily Dispatch: April 27, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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, W. A. Webb, C. C. Semnes, J. W. Bennett, W. H. Parker, J. P. Jones, W. P. Buckner, W. L. Powell, J. M. Brooke, John Kell, M. P. Jones, J. H. Rochelle, R. D. Minor, W. Sharp, J. Fry, H. Davidson, A. W. Johnson, R. R. Carter, O. F. Johnson, J. R. Eggleston, R. T. Chapman, T. P. Pelot, W. L. Bradford, J. M. Stribling, Phil Packer, W. E. Evens, T. B. Mills. Surgeons.--W. F. Patten, W. A. Spotswood, L. W. Minor, J. T. Mason, R. F. Mason, J. F. Harrison, W. E. Carrington, C. H. Williamson, A. Lynch. Assistant Surgeons.--H. W. M. Washington, A. S. Garnett, T. J. Charlton. Paymaster.--R. T. Allison. Seventy-two Southern midshipmen from the Naval School. On the return of the ships from distant stations, the list of resignations will be greatly increased. List of the "gallant heroes" who destroyedthe Norfolk Yard. Com. H. Paulding, New York; Capt. C. Wilkes, of the late Exploring Expedition, New York, (volunteer.) Commanders.--W. Walker, D. C., volunteer; T