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soners who the enemy carried off after the light at Petersburg. The following are the names. A. M. Keiley, member of the Legislature from Petersburg; Rev. John A. Jefferson, J. H. Lahmayer, John McIlwaine, John E. Smith, Thos D. Davidson, of the Davidson Female College; Wm. T. Davis, of the Southern Female College; Jas. Kerr; John Davidson, leather merchant; Capt. James E. Wolf, Peyton Alfriend, harness manufacturer John B. Stevens, city Chamberlain; Wm. T. McCandlish slightly wounded; Timothy Rives, of Prince George; Thomas H. Daniel, do; Mr. Chalkley, firm of Cooke & Chalkley. Three gentlemen — C. A. Brodnax, Peebles, and Mr. Kinsman are missing. The enemy lost two pieces of cannon and twenty-four horses. Gay G. Johnston, Adjutant of the 39th militia, died of his wounds on Friday.--Henry A. Blanks, prominent citizen in the same regiment, died of wounds on the same day. Wm. H. Hardee, a well known merchant, had his leg amputated. Among the wounded not before published a
ed the consideration of the bill amendatory of the tax laws, and returned it to the Senate with sundry amendments. The bill to regulate impressments was taken up, debated and laid upon the table by a vote of ayes 34, noes 33. A message was received from the President vetoing the bill amendatory of the act imposing regulations upon the foreign commerce of the Confederate States, so as to allow the several States to ship produce in vessels in whole or in part owned or chartered by them. The President suggested that the act be so amended as to confine the privilege of shipping by States to vessels owned exclusively by them. The House sustained the President's veto, and a motion by Mr. Barksdale to reconsider was lost. At 9 o'clock, on motion of Mr. Rives, the House resolved into secret session. At half-past 1 the doors were opened, when the Senate resolution, extending the session to Tuesday, was taken up and passed. The House adjourned at 2 o'clock A. M.