vates, W. E. Johnson, C. C. Vaughan, S. Vaughan.
Co. B—Sergeant, John Britton.
Privates, John Bell, J. W. Grizzard, P. J. Mitchell, T. R. Walton, F. J. Wrenn, R. G. Hobson.
Co. C—Sergeant, J. H. Fulgham.
Privates, L. Bunting, W. Simmons, H. Smith.
Co. D—Captain, T. S. Leonard.
Sergeant, P. H. Robertson. Corporals, J. Wamack, R. C. West. Privates, W. N. Davis, J. D. Grammar, W. H. McGee, B. J. Perdue, J. W. Porter.
Co. F—Second Lieutenant, R. E. Bland.
Corporal, J. Turner. Privates Gallaher,Co. B.
Private John Echard,Co. C.
4th Sergeant Allen G. NeelCo. D.
Corporal Harvey A. Neel,Zzz=Co. D.
Sergeant Henry Peters,Co. E.
Thos. I. West,Zzz=Co. E.
Private George Black,Zzz=Co. E.
Corporal Samuel C. Charlton,Co.. H.
Henry Smith,Zzz=Co. E.
Private James T. Harris,Zzz=Co. E.
Priv'te William Charlton,Co. H.
John Charlton,Zzz=Co. H.
James Bumpas,Zzz=Co. H.
James Charlton,Zzz=Co. H.
Robert McAleir,Zzz=Co. H.
John Kremer,Zzz=Co. H.
Alexander Smith,Co. B.
Sergeant F. C. Sims,
M. P. H. Peoples,
Corporal J. J, Cumpston,
Private B. Flynn,
Private H. Shields,
.—Private A. R. Valls.
Sergeant J. W. Walker,
Private Jno. Williams.Private Reuben Cave, Prim
John H. Edmons,
George M. Gervis,
Private Enoch Ring,
R. T. Sartin,
Com'sy Sergeant Allen Richardson,
Sergeant T. H. Dungan,
M. H. Moffitt,
Private George Cagle,
G. Wes A. Adams,
G. W. Irwin,
J. C. Evans,
T. H. Green,
R. J. Lightsy,
Private J. J. McRaney,
J. R. Rambe,
T. L. Smith,
J. B. Smith,
W. C. Smith,
Private A. Langham,
W. M. Morgan,
C. M. McCurdy,
Private John Hughey,
Private W. Matherson,
A. H. Massey,
R. M. Massey,
R. E. McKay,
B. E. Perkins,
D. H. Smith,
L. A. Watson,
L. H. Watts,
A. G. Withers,
J. C., contract $100 made by Surgeon-General.
Assigned, Atlanta, Ga., May 29,‘63, May 31, ‘63, Fair Ground Hospital No. 2.
Carter, Daniel D., Assistant Surgeon, appointed by Secretary of War June 15, ‘63, to rank Sept. 2, ‘63. Sept. 28, ‘63, Smith's Regiment Cavalry, May 31, ‘63, Grigby's Regiment Cavalry, returned a Surgeon.
Caldwell, Simeon Willis, Surgeon, passed Board at Chattanooga April 27, ‘63.
Ordered to report to Medical-Director, E. A. Flewellen, April 28, ‘63, ordered to rep21, 63, March 23, ‘63.
Letter reported assigned to Engineer Corps, headquarters A. T., July, 26, ‘63, July 31, ‘63.
Unattached, Sept. 30, ‘63, 7th Mississippi Regiment, Oct. 31, ‘63, and Miss., Dec. 31, ‘63, 5th Washington Artillery.
Cox, Henry Smith, Surgeon, appointed by Secretary of War, April 4, ‘63, to rank from 27th Oct. ‘62, A. and I.
G. O., Richmond, March 17, ‘63.
Relieved from the 1st Arkansas Battalion and ordered to report to E. A. Flevellen, headqu
The Committee of Examination for the fourth year reported in favor of the following, who were elected to Elder's orders: S. M. Dickson. E. F. Heterick, S. H. Cummings, J. P. Chitlin, John W. F. Graham.
Rev. Nelson Head, of the Virginia Conference, was introduced to the Conference.
Dr. F. Howard, of Rockville, Md.: J. R. Carpenter of Washington city; John Woolfe, of Londona, local preachers, were elected to Deacon's orders.
Also, Warner Cook, of Md., (colored)
A letter from Henry Smith to the Conference was read.
He is 97 years old; waits for his call to go home.
He implores his brethren to act carefully, in brotherly love.
The letter was referred to the Committee on Necessary Cases.
The order of the day was taken up — the subject of division.
Mr. Gilbert being entitled to the floor, remarked: His duty to God and the Conference urged him to speak.
He spoke for no party.
He believed that different sacrifices could be made to unite us. Like the camelion, the Ne
lmer, Graham, Grattan, Haymond, Hunter, James, C. H. Jones, W. T. Jones, Kaufman, Kemper, Kincheloe, Lundy, Lynn, Mallory, J. G. McDowell, McGehee, Medley, Mong, Montague, Montgomery, Morrison, Nelson, Newton, Orgain, S. K. Robinson, Rutherford, H. Smith, Thomas, Tomlin, Tyler, Wallace, Ward, E. Watson, Wilson, Witten, Wood, Woolfolk--61.
Nays--Messrs. Alderson, Arnold, Ball, Bentley, Bisbie, Booker, Boreman, Brown, Cassin, Christian, Coleman, Collier, Cowan, Crane, Crump, Davis, Dickensongain, Patterson, Phelps, Porter, Preston, Pretlow, Pritchard Randolph, Reid, Richardson, Riddick, Wyncham Robertson, R. K. Robinson, Rives, Rutherfoord, Saunders, Scott, Seddon, Segar, Shannon, Sherrard, Sibert, James K. Smith, Isaac N. Smith, Henry Smith, Staples, Thomas, Thompson, Tomlin, Tyler, Walker, Wallace, Ward, Arthur, Watson, Watts, West, Wilson, Wilcox, Wingfield, Witten, Wood, Woolfolk, Yerby, and Mr. Speaker.--141.
Gen. Kemper was requested to communicate the passage of the b
he latter came forward to the pedestal on the platform, and began to read an address in a rather subdued tone.
She said something about a riot at St. James Hall, Buffalo, when the audience, or a large portion, burst out in applause, and as often as she attempted to renew her discourse, this species of applause was repeated, and beyond these efforts all was comparatively quiet.
After standing before the audience for five or ten minutes, Mrs. Stanton sat down and gave up the effort.
Sheriff Smith then declared to the audience that it was wrong to disturb the meeting, and expressed his intention to preserve order, if possible.
His remarks were received with applause, like all that was said by the speakers on the platform.
Rev. Mr May undertook to speak, and he was served in the same manner that Mrs. Stanton had been — applauded into silence.
Finally Mr. May gave up and took his seat.
The indomitable Susan then essayed to speak, but was no more fortunate than those who had
Crawford H. Jones, Warner T, Jones, Kaufman, Kemper, Lundy, Lynn, Mallory, McCamant, McDowell, McGehee Mong, Newton, R. K. Robinson, Rives, Rutherfoord, Seddon, Henry Smith.
Thomas. Tomlin, Tyler, Edwin Watson, Wilson, and Witten--33
Nays.--Messrs. Crutchfield, (Speaker,) Alderson, Allen, Arnold.
Bailey, Ball, Barbour, Bassllory, T. Martin, McCan apt, McDowell, McGehee, McKinney, J. R. Miller, Mong.
Montague, Montgomery, Nelson, Newton.
R. K. Robinson, Rives, Rutherfoord, Seddon, H. Smith, Thomas, Tomlin, Tyler, Ward, E. Watson, Wilton, Witten and Woolfolk--52.
Nays.--Messrs. Alderson, Arnold, Ball, Barbour, Bass Bentley, Bisbie, Booker, Borch, Lynn.
Mallory, Thomas Martin, McCamant, McDowell, McGehee, McKinney, Mong, Montague.
Nelson, Newton, R. K. Robinson, Rives, Rutherfoord, Saunders, Seddon, Henry Smith, Thomas Tomlin, Tyler, Ward, Wilson, Witten, Woolfolk, and Yerby--55
Nays.--Messrs. Alderson, Arnold, Ball. Barbour, Bentley, Bisbie, Booker, Boreman, Bro
vegetables, 3 loaves of bread and biscuit, 2 buckets butter, 4 cans butter- milk, 1 bbl. flour, fruit, 1 bucket of lard, 3 baskets of eggs.
From Miss Lizzie Lewis and Miss Mary Johnson, butter, eggs, chickens, vegetables, &c., at different times.
From Frank Minor, Esq., vegetables.
From Mrs. Maury, Mrs. Sinclair, Mrs. Duke, Mrs. Fife, and Mrs. Farish, milk daily.
From Mrs. Maury, jelly, preserves, cake, and wines.
From Raleigh, N. C., through Mr. Ross, 2 large boxes clothing.
From Rev. Henry Smith, J. D. Campbell, Esq., and Mr. Yates, Greepsboro', N. C., tin-ware, wines, clothing, &c. From the La. and S. C. stores, pillows, clothing.
There have been many small contributions which are now forgotten.
In future a memorandum will be kept, if you will be kind enough to publish it, and I hope it will occupy a large space in your paper.
The hospital is now in need of butter, more milk, vegetables of all kinds, chickens, and money to supply necessities when contributions fail.