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Edward H. Wyvill (search for this): article 22
nt rating them as boys, at $9, or $10, per month, and one nation. Let a monthly return be made of the number of this of persons employed on vessel u your command. I am, respectfully your ob't er 't G son Weller. Release of Confederate prisoners. The following named persons were released from military custody, by military, authority, from the old Capital prison, at Washington, last week, after taking the oath of allegiance: William Mathews, Loudoun county, Va. Edward H. Wyvill, Prince George's county, Md.; Edward Matzine Switzerland; John M. S. Ireland Wm. F. Luckett, Loudoun county, Va; John R. Goodwin, Stafford County. Va; Anthony McGee, Fairfax county, Va.; John A. Alther, Page county, Va.; Francis M. Shank, Page county, Va.; Thomas W. Paynter, Jefferson county, Va.; After I E. Lay, Franklin parish, La., James Wynklar, Jefferson county, Va.; James Frazier Stafford county, Va.; James L. er, Stat ford county, Va.; Frederick A. Orison, Loudoun county. Va.;
E. V. Yager (search for this): article 1
Wm. A. Backsley, slightly in the arm; Henry Mitchell, seriously in the hand; Geo Morris. slightly in the face; A. W. Shadrack, slightly in the arm. Company D. Killed--Private W. H. Stafford. Wounded--Sergeant J. Hare, severely in the hand. Privates J. W. East, slightly on arm; Jno H. Hale, slightly in the leg; Geo Knoits, mortally in abdomen; A Meadows, slightly in arm; Jno Meadows, severely in the face; A J Thompson, severely in the face; J H Gardner, severely in the shoulder; E. V. Yager, severely in the hand; D Sanner, slightly in the arm; W J Wilburn, slightly in arm. Company E. Killed--Sergeants J. H. Finks and W. H Denning. Wounded--Privates T. McDade, mortally in side; B F Warson, severely in fee; W H Cole. slightly in leg; J A Stuart severely in head. Company F. Killed — Private amuse Oliver. Wounded--Capt. Finke Caverton, severely in leg; Sergt J. M. Mayers, slightly in arm; Corp'l B Haney, slightly in hand; Corp'l G B Duff, slightly in head. P
in to the hands of the enemy — a fact greatly to be cer had unavailable under the circumstances. The scenes of parting were painful in the extreme. Lieutenant Colonel York of the Fourteenth Louisiana regiment. This gallant and chivalrous Louisianian was severely wounded in the engagement at Williamsburg on Monday last, aommander, though quite sick, he says he justified his fitness for his position in the inspiration of his men, his coolness, and fearless exposure of person. Col. York expresses much feeling and regret for the death of Lieut. Col. Erby, of the 8th Alabama. This gallant man was killed at the head of his regiment leading a chargchivalry of the soldiery of that noble State. Of Brigadier-General Roger A. Pryor, who commanded the brigade of which the 14th Louisiana regiment is a part, Col. York speaks in terms of great commendation; says that his action upon the field has demonstrated the wisdom and sagacity which prompted his appointment, not only for
Arrival of more prisoners. --The Central care yesterday afternoon added to our population twenty-four additional residents, composed of the following, who were captured by the 7th Louisiana, on Shenandoah river, at the foot of the Blue Ridge, on the 7th of May: M. Quigley, Nicholas Robe, Wm. Quigley, Wm Fromann, H. P. McCarthy, H. H. Mompler, Mike Edward, Henry Messener, Andrew Hotten, Eli Chichester, J. N. Vandorn, Jos. Korthoff, Henry Meyer, J. N. Vance, Jos. Korthoff, Henry Meyer, Zach. Correll, Wm. M. Starr, A. N. Grigg, H. C. Gilmore, Garrett Cullen, privates, Sergeant Major Wm. Vance, Sergeant Thos. Longsuanff, Corporals George Oe good and A. B. Farnham, of the 13th In diana regiment, Gen. Shields's brigade. At the same time were captured privates Simon Peter Kinney, and A. L. Bruce, of company F. 1st Michigan Cavalry. The prisoners were brought here by Capt. Turner and a detachment of the N. C. Rifles. From a conversation with one of the prisoners, who was in the Kerns
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