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Veigh Co. F. 5th So. Ca. 31--Wm. F. Thomas, Corp'l Co. E. 4th Ala. E. H. Sharp, Co. E. 6th So. Ca. Aug. 1--Samuel Payne, Co. G. 19th Va. Wm. H. Mathews Co. A. 5th N. C., Roland Williams, 6th N. C., address, Wilson P. O. Jos. B. McVey, Co. N. 6th Reg't So. Ca. 2--David McSwain, Co. G. 7th Ga. W. J. Relly 12th Miss Co. A. Wm. Humphreys, 19th Va. Tho. Mullens, 19th Va.; wounds. L. M. Riser Brown Rebels 18th Miss, Madison H. well, Co. A. 6th So. Ca. J. W. Neely Co. C., 3d So. Ca. George Turner. 3--Reuben Ransom, Co. F, 4th So. Ca.; wounds Jno. M. Sheffield. T. E. Story, Co. E. 7th So. Ca. B. J. C. Perry, Lancaster T. vincible, 2 So. Ca. W. W. S. Myers, C. Rifles, 18th Miss. H. H. Baggett, Go. G. 7th Ga. 4--J. W. Wilder, Serg't Co. I. 6th N. C. J. M. Casey Capt. 1st Mich; wounds.--Leny Co. J. 13th Miss. J. L. Mann. A. J. Goudelock, 5th Reg't, S. C. 5--H. F. Mitchell. J. I. Hamerhill 5th S. C. Wm. M. Cox. Co. E. 17th Miss. 6--J. R. Dotman 6th S. C. Gen. M. Cromer 5th
oints on the Lake coast will be fortified. Admiral Bayfield, noted as having been heretofore engaged in the survey of the Lakes and the river St. Lawrence, will shortly arrive in Canada, and will determine the location of the fortifications. Preliminary surveys are already in progress, under Col. Whittingham, of the Royal Engineers, Captain Collinson (who was one of the party in search of Sir John Franklin,) and Hon H. H. Killsby, of the Board of Canadian Public Works, assisted by Government Engineers Wyse and Turner. All of the harbors from Sault St. Marie to Amherstburg have already been visited, and it is believed that Ronde d'eau, in the county of Kent, Unper Canada, will be prepared as a naval rendezvous. At this point, directly north of Cleveland, there is an excellent harbor. The troops in the garrison at Toronto have been greatly augmented, and either Toronto, Chatham, or London will be designated as the headquarters of the Western Province.--Cor. Philadelphia Inquirer.