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ond Major G. H. Thomas; now Major-General United States Army. Company A.--Captain Earl Van Dorn; since Lieutenant-General Confederate States Army; killed in a duel. First Lieutenant John Cross. Second Lieutenant E. Parker Porter; Assistant Commissary-General and Colonel United States Army. Company B.--Captain E. Kirby Smith; now Lieutenant-General Confederate States Army. First Lieutenant W. H. Jennifer (Confederate), inventor of the "Jennifer saddle" Second Lieutenant Fitz Hugh Lee; now Lieutenant-General Confederate States Army. Company C.--Captain James Oanes; now Lieutenant-Colonel Fourth United States Cavalry. First Lieutenant William B. Royal; now Major Fifth United States Cavalry. Second Lieutenant James Wetherell; drowned. Company D.--Captain Innis M. Palmer; now Brigadier-General United States Volunteers. First Lieutenant William B. Chambliss; now Major of the Second United States Cavalry. Second Lieutenant Cornelius Van
Yankee prisoners. --One hundred and fifty Federal prisoners, including three officers and two surgeons, were booked at the Libby prison yesterday afternoon. They were the result of Saturday evening's operations between Generals Grant and Lee.