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A. Barbot, J. S. Maury, C. W. Hays, R. Fairfax, W. A. Webb, C. C. Semnes, J. W. Bennett, W. H. Parker, J. P. Jones, W. P. Buckner, W. L. Powell, J. M. Brooke, John Kell, M. P. Jones, J. H. Rochelle, R. D. Minor, W. Sharp, J. Fry, H. Davidson, A. W. Johnson, R. R. Carter, O. F. Johnson, J. R. Eggleston, R. T. Chapman, T. P. Pelot, W. L. Bradford, J. M. Stribling, Phil Packer, W. E. Evens, T. B. Mills. Surgeons.--W. F. Patten, W. A. Spotswood, L. W. Minor, J. T. Mason, R. F. Mason, J. F. Haren, Maine, volunteer. Lieutenants.--E. Parrott, N. H., ordered; Max Woodhule, N. Y., volunteer; Henry A. Wise, nephew of Gov. H. A. Wise, volunteer; Wm. Gibson, Md., volunteer; J. H. Russel, Md., volunteer; C. P. McGarey, N. C., ordered; A. W. Johnson, D. C., ordered; C. N. Morris, N. Y., volunteer. To take the ships out, was legitimate duty; but to set fire to the property, and run the risk of burning Norfolk and Portsmouth, was cowardly in the extreme. Give these " heroes" all thei