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The Confederate force at Roanoke. After the immense parade of fifteen Federal regiments, and thirty-one steamers and gunboats, mounting ninety-four guns, in the columns of the Herald, Bennett is compelled to admit the unequal Confederate force opposed to them in the publication of the following list of the Rebel Garrison at Roanoke. Major General Commanding...R. O. Hill. Brigadier General...H. A. Wise. Garrison. Romer's Light Artillery, Captain Romer. Richmond BRoanoke. Major General Commanding...R. O. Hill. Brigadier General...H. A. Wise. Garrison. Romer's Light Artillery, Captain Romer. Richmond Blues, Captain O. Jennings Wise. Wise's Legion.first regiment. Colonel...R. S. Ewall. Lieutenant Colonel...J. H. Richardson. Major...Thomas E. Goode. Companies. Chesterfield Guard, Captain William B. Ball. Governor's Guard, (Richmond,) Captain J. S. Cabell. Hanover Volunteers, Captain Williams C. Wickham. Henrico Volunteers, Captain Z. S. Magruder. Amelia Volunteers, Captain S. S. Welseger. Goochland Guard, Captain Julian Harrison. Mecklenb