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Wounded Yankees.

On Sunday night, eight hundred wounded and Federal soldiers were brought to this city via York River Railroad and wagons. Among them were the following officers: Jno. McKerna, 2d Lt. to F. Penn; D. A. Moore. Capt co. B, 61st N. Y. E. M. Denning. Capt. co. I, 61st N. Y.; James Carolina Surgeon 2d Maine; J. J. Marks, Chaplain; Old pa Fred Jacob, 2d Lt. co. C. 7th N. Y.; Otto Hayne. Capt co. H, 20th Mass; Emile Burger. 1st Lt. co. L. 1st U. S. Sharpshooters; John M. Fox. Asst Surgeon. As intimated elsewhere, a number of the Yankees doctors have resolved to day and attend to their wounded men in our midst.

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