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Navy register. We have received from Dr. Jones, of the Navy Department, a little volume entitled "Register of the Commissioned and Warrant Officers of the Navy of the Confederate States to January 1, 1864." It contains a complete list of the officers of the Navy and Marine Corps, pay table of the officers, laws of the Navy, and General Orders and Circulars. It is a very useful book for reference, and seems to have been compiled with great care. In addition to the names of the officers, it gives the State of their nativity, the State from which appointed and of which a citizen, the date of original entry into the service and of present commission, and their present duty or station.
stant, occurs the following statement: "In my report of Saturday I intended to have made mention of the splendid manner in which the artillery firing was directed by Major W. H. Caskie, of your city. The battery of Wright, of his command, is especially deserving of honorable mention." I desire to correct the errors into which your correspondent has been misled. The only connection Major Caskie had with Wright's battery during the fight of July 30 was to deliver a message from Colonel Jones, chief of artillery, to Captain Wright.--Nor is it true that Wright's battery belongs to Major William H. Caskie's command, but to Major J. C. Cutts's battalion, who was in command of his battalion during the whole of the engagement. It might be inferred from the statement of your correspondent that we had a good deal of artillery other than that of Captain Wright's engaged in the fight, when in fact we had but one or two other guns engaged on that portion of our line, which the enemy h