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Assault and Battery. --Tazewell, slave of Green & Allen, was brought before the Mayor on Saturday, and ordered to be punished, for assaulting Wm. H. Martin, a white person.
n arm. Brooke W W, 8th Ala, F — fractured thigh. Crail A W, 4th Ala, Governor's Guard — in knee. Conant Wm, 7th Ga, D — slight. Cook John, 2d Miss, F — in shin. Dobb G, 8th Ga, I — flesh wound in thigh. Davidson P A, 4th Va — in shoulder. Elliot George, 8th Ga, F — in hip. Goff J M, 8th Ga, C — in shoulder. Hite B E, 4th Va — in arm. Johnson Elisha, 4th Ala, Governor's Guard — in head. Lester B F, 8th Ga, K. Lang on L C, 8th Ga, K. Lunsford H E, 8th Ga, K. Martin E T, 8th Ga, K. Mason D H, 8th Ga, G — in arm. Minor H A, 11th Miss, F. Owens Andrew, 7th Ga, B — arm. Ross Robert, 2d Miss, D. Rhodes Walter, 19th Va, Scottsville Guards--hand. Simpson J R, 4th S C, K. Sergeant William, 28th Va, E — arm. Strickler Cyrus, 4th Va, I — died. Stevens G S, 4th Ala. G — hip. Tank N C, 7th Ga, K — thigh. Wilkinson G D, 4th Ala, F. Walker Andrew, 4th Ala, D — arm. Walker Anderson, 4th Ala, D — thigh. Wood
North Carolina. --A correspondent writes that Martin county, North Carolina, has done her share in sending soldiers for the defence of the South. One company is near this city, he says, and two are at Hatteras, while Martin is not yet exhausted, and will be ready to send others when called upon. The writer says these"brave fellows enlisted not for gain nor glory; but to defend their homes and their country against Northern aggression. They departed mad, and woe be unto the Lincolnites that encounter them." Our correspondent is, no doubt, perfectly correct.
Sad affair --At Appomattox Court-House on Thursday, two gentlemen, whose names we need not mention, had a Springfield rifles, taken at Manassas, which they were examining in the Court-House, when one of them let it fall, whereby it was discharged, taking effect upon two little boys, members of a junior military company, who were marching along the street. One of the little fellows, a son of Col. Abbott, was shot through the leg, and the other, a son of --Martin, had a ball lodged in his uncle, making a terrible wound, which, it was feared, would superinduce lockjaw. The ball was not extracted at last accounts. Another sad lesson about the careless handling of fire arms.--Lynchburg Virginian.