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Lieut S. J. Widvey, 3d Wisconsin. Capt W. D Wilkins, Ass't Adj't Gen'l, Williams's division. Capt H. S Russell, co H, 2d Mass. Capt J. H. Vanderman, co K, 66th Ohio. 2d Lieut Wm Alister, co H, 28th N. Y. 2d Lieut J. Long, co H, 28th N. Y. 1st Lieut J. D Bellolexley, co D, 10th Me. 1st Lieut H. N Greatrake, co B, 46th Penn. 1st Lieut M. P Whitney, co B, 5th Conn. Capt P. Griffith, co A, 46th Penn. 2d Lieut Chas Sydnor, co D, 8th U. S Infantry. 1st Lieut H. C Egbert, co G, 12th U. S Infantry. 2d Lieut J. D Woods, co B, 28th N. Y. 1st Lieut A. A Chinery, co E, 5th Conn. 1st Lieut T. B Gorman, co H, 46th Penn. 2d Lieut A. W Selfridge, co H, 46th Penn. 2d Lieut Otis Fisher, co B, 8th U. S Infantry. 2d Lieut Wm N Green, co A, 102d N. Y. 2d Lieut H. Walker, co I. 3d Md. Capt E. A Bowen, co D, 28th N. Y. Maj E. W Carike, 28th N. Y. 1st Lieut Wm M. Kenyon, co G, 28th N. Y. 2d Lieut J. D Ames, co K, 28th N. Y. 2d Lieut Chas Doyle, co D 5th Conn.
and foot. Lieut W Quince, Co--, 3d North Carolina--brought in on litter dead. Second Lieut W A Threadgill, Co C, 14th North Carolina. Lieut H H West, Co H, 20th North Carolina--shoulder. First Lieut J Y Whitted, Co G, 27th North Carolina. Lieut James H McBride, Co--,--Louisiana--head, shell, died. Second Lieut M V B Swan, Co B, 2d Louisianan — shoulder and breast. Col J M Williams, 2d Louisiana--lung. Lieut R H Slaughter, Co F, 8th Louisiana. Second Lieut Wm E Cooke, Co A, 8th Louisiana, thigh and leg — tetanus. Capt N St Martin, Co K, 8th Louisiana--both thighs. Lieut Arnge Bozier, Co--,9th Louisiana. Captain C B Marmillion, Co G, 10th Louisiana--thigh. First Lieut Chas Knowlton, Co B, 10th Louisiana. Lieut S Herrera, Co G, 10th Louisiana. Capt M D Robinson. Co--13th Alabama. Capt W P Harper, Co H, 7th Louisiana--abdomen. First Lieut A E Knox, Co H, 7th Louisiana--fracture lower jaw. Lieut — Ch<
e Fear river, N. C., in which the gunboats were repulsed by a shore battery, the ship Maratanzas lost four killed and two wounded. Lieut. Col. John Quincy Adams, aid to Gov. Andrew, of Massachusetts, has arrived at newborn, N. C., for the purpose of inspecting the Massachusetts regiments in that department. Ten Broock's American horse, "Optimist," won the Queen's plate at Newmarket, England, on the 3d inst. Gen. C. T. James, inventor of the James's projectile, was killed at Sag Harbor, N. Y., on the 16th inst., by the explosion of one of his own shells. State Senator Baker, of California, has been arrested in San Francisco for treasonable language. He was released upon retreating. The pork packers of Chicago hold a meeting the other day, and resolved that no negroes should be employed in pork packing in that city. Capt. Wm. L Hudson, U. S. Navy, died at Brooklyn, N. Y., on the 15th inst. Solomon Foot has been re-elected U. S. Senator from Vermont.
repute on 17th street, on the 9th of last May. Two females, who have been detained in jail for six months as witnesser, were brought into Court to testify in the case, but the examination was postponed until to day. James, slave of James Dorning, was ordered to be punished on the complaint of Michael Murray, who alleged that Jim stole $50 from him on Sunday, on Main street, while he was getting a drink of water from one of the city pumps below the Old Market-House. Hustings Court--Hon. Wm. H Lyons Judge--Monday,Oct. 20th, 1862.--The will of the late Wm. Brent was admitted to record, and Mrs. Caroline Brent qualified as administratrix on the estate. The case of Charles Toothaker, charged with stealing a carpet-bag, containing various articles of less value than twenty dollars, from C. S. William son, at the Columbian Hotel, on the night of the 27th of May last, was called up, and in the absence of his counsel the accused asked a continuance of the case, but the Court ref
McDaniels, leg, slight. Co I — Wounded: Rd Robertson, thumb; Joseph Nickson, shoulder. Co K — Wounded: Mitchell Poling, slight; B F Naloney, finger; F W Sheetz, hand, slight; J M Riddle, ankle. List of wounded in the 1st Reg't Va Vols, on the 11th instant, before Fredericksburg: Co C. (Montgomery Guard)--Corp'l John Moriarty, privates Willis Clarke and Daniel Sullivan. Co D--Private Tazewell Morton. Co G — Serg't Wm H Dean, privates Jno Spraggies and — Wood. Co I--Private Wm H Lipscomb. Lot of Killed and Wounded in the Rockbridgs Artillery.--Killed: Lieut J B McCorkle, of Rockbridge; Randolph Fairfax, Alexandria; Jno Beard, Jos Agner, John Fuller, Rockbridge Wounded: Wm G Montgomery, mortal, Rockbridge; Robert Fraser, in leg and arm, Orange; Arthur Robinson, above the knee, not dangerous, Baltimore; Joseph McAlpin, foot amputated, Rockbridge; E S Alexander, arm amputated, Moorfield; Dan. Rader, slightly, Rockbridge; Jos Shaver, slightly, Rockbridge; H Di
Contributions to Fredericksburg Relief Fund. received by R R Howison. Treasurer Wm. berry, Caroline county, $400; Officers of C B Steamer Richmond, 60; Rd Fontsine, Hanover county 50; Edward Keating, S C, 200; Thomas A Ball, S C, 200; Capt Pettus, &c, of 4th Va Heavy Artillery 20; Maj B N Nash, 20; 17th Mississippi regiment, 651; Anderson Wade, Danville, 50; 13th Virginia cavalry, 1,390 60; Mrs Catherine Friend, Chesterfield, 10; John B Mayo, Farmville, 5; Jos A Waddell, Staunton, 10; Mrs Mann Almond and family, of Bedford, 25; Emmans and Olivet Church, New Kent, through Rev. J D. Thomas, 47; Francis Bell Pulaski, 100 Dr and Mrs G. W Harrison, Goochland, 25; Lady of Prince Edward, 20; W B Davis and wife, King and Queen, 30, Thos C Anderson, Prince Edward, 5; refugee, Knoxville, Tenn, 20, Mrs A M Elam, Chester, 10; Dr Wm H Chappell and others, Buckingham county, 30; Mrs S J Willis, Culpeper, 10; Mrs. M A E Carlington, Mecklenburg, Mrs. M C S Lee, Mecklenburg, 9.20; Union Congrega
Ranaway. --Ranaway from the service of the James River and Kanawha Company, about two weeks ago, a negro boy named Sam, the property of Col. Wm. P Munford. Sam's parents reside in the city, and he is well known here, and is familiar himself with all parts of the city, and is no doubt here. He is about five feet six inches tall, of a brown color round face, smooth and pleasant countenance. He has the rheumatism, and is lame in his left knee, which he cannot conceal when walking. The company will pay $25 reward for the arrest of Sam and his confinement in Cary Street Jail, where I can get him. E L Chinn, Supt. J E & K Ganal. mh 3--ts
Ran away. --Ran away from the service of the James River and Kanawha Company, about two weeks ago, a negro boy named Sam, the property of Col. Wm P Munford. Sam's parents reside in the city, and he is wall known here and is familiar himself with all parts of the city, and is no doubt here. He is about five feet six inches hair, of a brown color round face, smoolt and pleasant countenance. He has the and is lams in his left knee, which he cannot conceal when walking. The company will pay $25 reward for the arrest of Sam and his confinement in Cary Bireet Jail, where I can get him. H L Grinn. Capt J E & K Canal. mh 3--ts
In response to many calls made upon him, Hon. Wm. L Goggin, announces himself a candidate for Governor of Virginia.
One hundred Dollars reward. --I will give the above reward of $100 for the and delivery to me to Richmond of a negro boy named James, hired for the present year to Jame's Hunter, Esq. Said boy is about 16 years old of a gingerbread color, not very intelligent and when spoken to rather looks down to the ground. I think probable he has passed himself off as a free boy and hired himself to some officer or with the town. He belongs to Mr. Wm. of Caroline county Va. where be may be lurking his way. Wm E
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