y order of the War Department, on their parole of honor to render no aid or comfort to the enemy in hostility to the Government of the United States, in accordance, with the terms of the Executive Order, No. 1, of the War Department, dated February 14, 1862, in reference to political prisoners:
From Fort Lafayette.--W. T. Carter, Guy S. Hopkins, Daniel L. Waddle, Geo. W. Jones, N. S. Reneau, J. M. Ogden, Theodore O. Leavy, Robert Huckier, C. H. Marriott, Thos. Quigley, John Haigins, G. R. Burnett, Wm. Smith, Robert M. Raison, Edward C. Cottrell, E. H. McCubbin, J. Q. Coleman, J. R. Runnell, P. O'Brien, Wm. Perry, A. Thompson, Rutson Maury, E. M. Jones, George Julius, J. Garwell Guthrie, Christopher Lederidge, J. M. Perkins, Thomas Matthews, David Chall, Richard Lewis, Isaiah Hutton, Patrick Brady, Thomas Broot bank, R. C. Holland, J. P. Swain, Wm. Grosse, J. H. Weaver, N. Strong, J. Smith.
From Fort Warren.--J. R. Barbour, B. Barton, R. I. Truman, J. A. Douglas, P. F. Newton