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his treatment will produce in Ohio and elsewhere. Hooker's command. The Herald's correspondent, writing from headquarters 11th army corps, says: Col. Jones, of the 154th New York, wounded and taken prisoner, arrived here this morning. He makes the following statements: Jackson was wounded on Saturday evening with which he led them against artillery. Gen. Lee first heard of our retrograde movement when everything was safety across the river. An Alabama Colonel told Col. Jones that Lee was much chagrined when he heard of our safe retreat, and that he was expecting the arrival of Long street's forces. Col. Jones overheard Gen. LeCol. Jones overheard Gen. Lee, in conversation with one of his staff officers, pay a high compliment to the ability of Gen. Hooker. The rebels have buried 17,340 dead from the recent battles, including, of course, many of ours. They claim to have taken 8,500 prisoners, besides the wounded. The imprisonment of Col. Talcott. In alluding to the i
Prisoners in Fort Norfolk. A correspondent sends us the following list of persons confined in Fort Norfolk: J T Jones, Norfolk, time not known. T O Woodward, Norfolk, three months. T Segar, Norfolk, three years. F Masi, Norfolk, three years. C Drummond, Norfolk, ten years. J Shanks, Norfolk, fifteen years. J D Sikes, Norfolk county, twelve months. P Prentise, Suffolk, time not known. R Riddick, Suffolk, time not known. W Riddick, Suffolk, time not known. W Cohoon, Suffolk, time not known. R Darden, Suffolk, time not known. E Everett, Suffolk, time not known. J Lancaster, Suffolk, time not known. R L Woodward, Suffolk, time not known. R Hozier, Suffolk, time not known. R Mathia, Suffolk, time not known. R Cherry, Suffolk, time not known. R Montague, Gloucester, time not known. R Johnson, Gloucester, time not known. R Sinclair, Gloucester, time not known. J. T. Garrison and John Ballock made their escape from prison