r to he had in the restaurants; that the tariff of other drinks is put up to fifteen cents; that strict discipline is maintained among the soldiers, and drunkenness guarded against by the most stringent regulations; that the style of drill differs from that practised among the Northern troops, by being more slow, steady, and solid — resembling therein the old European style; that to that regularity of movement of Southern cohorts is ascribed by some the repulse of our impetuous soldiers at Bull Run; that it is yet a disputed point whether that victory is to be credited to Johnson or to Beauregard, as also whether Jeff. Davis was on the field at all that day; that there was great dissatisfaction at the failure of the Southern troops to follow up their success by the occupation of. Washington; that they are now fortifying Warrenton junction, some eight or ten miles South west of Anastas; that ammunition was beginning to fall short, (although there are two powder mills at work in the Sou
--Lieut. Col. B. B. Boone, 2d Miss., taken at Bull Run, July 21; Sergeant J. E. Ledbetter, Radford'suly 17; Sergeant W. M. T. Thompson, 2d Miss., Bull Run, July 21; Sergeant G. A. Thomas, Radford's VaBarron, J. H. Gramling.
Frank Ward, 8th Ga., Bull Run, July 21; P. G. Alford, Wm. Loflin, J. L. Cafr Springfield, July 13; T. Hudson, 4th Ala., Bull Run, July 24; D Porter, 4th Ala., near Alexandriay 24; Wm. Wilson, Claib.
Lang, 1st Va. Cav., Bull Run, July 21; S. S. Green, Governor's Guard, Burkey, J. M. McFall, W. J. N. Barton, 4th S. C., Bull Run, July 21; H. C. Ferrell, Hampton's Legion, S. C., Bull Run; July 21; Wesley Burrow, 6th N. C., Bull Run, July 21; Wm. Johnson, 6th N. C., Bull RuBull Run, July 21; Wm. Johnson, 6th N. C., Bull Run, July 21; Robert Walker, 2d Miss., Bull Run, July 21; George Minor, citizen, taken at home, Oct, 6Bull Run, July 21; Robert Walker, 2d Miss., Bull Run, July 21; George Minor, citizen, taken at home, Oct, 6th.
The last-named in the list (Col. Minor) is in the 88th year of his age, and he is not awareBull Run, July 21; George Minor, citizen, taken at home, Oct, 6th.
The last-named in the list (Col. Minor) is in the 88th year of his age, and he is not aware of the existence of any reason for his arrest.
He is a veteran of the war of 1812, commanded a reg
which we subjoin.
The names of thirty- seven recently discharged on parole will be found elsewhere:
R. L. Gray, 8th Georgia regiment, Macon, Ga., taken at Bull Run, July 21st.
S. Bulkley, ditto.
S. W. Branch, Savannah, Ga., ditto.
James Kershaw, Atlanta, Ga., ditto.
Thad. liammond, (wounded,) ditto.
Jerry O'Brien, (deserted,) Savannah, ditto, took cath.
A. T. Holmes, Savannah, taken at Bull Run.
Humphreys, Atlanta, ditto.
T. J. Chambers, (died,) Henry county, Ga., taken near Fairfax Station, July 21st.
T. T. Buck, Autauga county, Ga., ditto.
John Davis, ditto.
J. O. Perkins, 6th Alabama regiment, Ru was from Geneva, N. Y.
James Silks, 2d S. C. regiment, Greenwood, S. C., taken near Centreville.
Thomas Hays, Wheat's battalion, New Orleans, taken at Bull Run, July 21st.
M. Keefe, ditto.
George Larrabee and Jos. Elliott, Baltimoreans, 1st Maryland regiment, took oath.
B. J. Cross and R. Watkins, citizens,