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r, E. L. Stone; Adjutant, J. B. Coppinger; Surgeon, J. W. Fisher; Quartermaster, Alex. Henriques; Chaplain, Rev. Mr. Phillips; Commissary, H. L. Stephens; Assistant Quartermaster, A. L. Squires. Company A--Captain, J. J. Morrison; First Lieutenant, John Dalrymple; Second Lieutenant, E. H. Andrews. Company B--Captain, John Deppeler; First Lieutenant, Louis Bellows; Second Lieutenant, Frederick Guyer. Company C--Lieutenant Provost, Commanding; Second Lieutenant, E. I. Miller. Company D--Captain, J. W. Davis; First Lieutenant, F. Van Buren; Second Lieutenant, J. W. Field. Company E--Captain, Henry C. Smith; First Lieutenant, Henry Brooks; Second Lieutenant, T. Galbraith. Company F--Captain, Allen Rutherford; First Lieutenant, G. W. Braind; Second Lieutenant, vacant. Company G--Captain, Wm. Atterbury; First Lieutenant, W. Hendrickson; Second Lieutenant, Joseph Wickham. Company H--Captain, F. E. Tuthill; First Lieutenant,----Dockman; Second Lieutenant, J. Tuthill. The artillery corps at
neither letters, newspapers, nor accredited information of any kind can at present be received from the South, but is stopped on the borders. Any thing which does see the light is cut into slips and published in the New York papers. Very few communications of the kind have reached this country, and they are principally the State documents which have been put forward by the South. I cannot better evidence the spirit by which they are animated, than by referring to the late address of President Davis; and I will ask the House whether it breathes a single one of those bloodthirsty, wicked, terrible opinions, (hear, hear,) which my hon. friend is anxious to impress on the House as being the doctrine of the Southern States. I beg to take this opportunity of saying that I shall certainly bring forward my motion on the subject of the recognition of the Southern Confederacy on the 7th of June, when I trust the matter will be fairly discussed, and in the mean time that we shall not throw