He had Gen. Jim Lane, but he escaped.
Gen. Floyd is dead; some attribute his decease to ill treatment by the government.
I saw Mr. Hunter yesterday, bronzed, but bright.
He is a little thinner, which improves his appearance.
Gen. Lee is in town-looking well.
When he returns, I think the fall campaign will open briskly.
A dispatch received to-day says that on Tuesday evening another assault on Battery Wagner was in progress — but as yet we have no result.
Lieut. Wood captured a third gun-boat in the Rappahannock, having eight guns.
The prisoners here selected to die, in retaliation for Burnside's execution of our officers taken while recruiting in Kentucky, will not be executed.
Nor will the officers taken on Morris Island, serving with the negroes, suffer death in accordance with the act of Congress and the President's proclamation.
The Secretary referred the matter to the President for instruction, and the President invited the advice of th
Virginia, West, 131, 133, 137, 141; vote on Secession Ordinance, 142; organized as separate State, 144 et seq.; map of West Virginia battles, 148; admitted into the Union, 154
Volunteers, first enlistment of, 75; new, called for, 106
Walker, Secretary, 57, 91
Walker, Robert J., 76
Ward, Capt., U. S. N., 38
Warrenton Turnpike, the, 176
Washington, 83; character of, 97; defence of, 98 et seq.; threatened, 101; arrival of the Massachusetts Sixth and New York Seventh regiments at, 103 et seq.; becomes a camp, 106 et seq.
Washington, Fort, 102
West Union, W. Va, 151
Wheeling, 139, 142 et seq.
Wigfall, Senator, 68
Willcox, General O. B., 174
Williamsport, Pa, 157
Williamsport, W. Va., 162
Winchester, Va., 157, 160
Wise, ex-Governor Henry A., 146, 154
Wood, Mayor, Fernando, 71, 76
Woodbury, Captain, cited, 195
Woodruff, Colonel, 131
Young's Branch, 183
Zollicoffer, General, 135
Zouaves, Ellsworth's, 110