ems from its special correspondent at Pensacola, dated Sunday night, Oct. 20.
I telegraphed you last night that Lieut. C. Sayre, of the Confederate Marine corps, had been released on parole by Col. Brown, on honor that when his wound would admifter our troops had left the Island, he was approached by an officer on horseback, to whom he introduced himself as "Lieutenant Sayre, of the Confederate States marines.
The officer replied: "I am Lieutenant Langdon, of the army — you shall be immed as by regulars and Zouave privates.
Colonel Brown also visited and conversed with him in the most amiable manner.
Lieutenant Sayre will divulge nothing that compromises his honor.
All our prisoners, while on the Island, were treated in a similar ng to Colonel Brown to learn that General Bragg has acted in a like manner toward the Federal prisoners in his hands.--Lieut Sayre was brought over on a litter.
I send you below a correct list of our wounded and prisoners of war at Fort Pickens