OCR Interpretation


The New York herald. [volume] (New York [N.Y.]) 1840-1920, April 16, 1865, Image 2

Image and text provided by Library of Congress, Washington, DC

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83030313/1865-04-16/ed-1/seq-2/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 2

2
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.. ^
i'xcvi V t, Ap 11 16 -# I'. M. !
The calamliy which be:.-ll the uau n !tuti ni{lit
uced bucI: a feel.ug of profound borrow, hfirn ai d
iBd'.^uatton .u li e public luiud that bu* wat. w ,m almost
emlrely ausponded to day. The city early dni|>?<l
With mourning, aud the flu^s which yesterday wa.t-Uiu
celebration of v.ciory wire half-mast**) in n verri.,e tor
the dead Upon the motion of Mr. W. K. Verulyea, f
the reg lar stock boird adjourned wit'iout li the'
" 1 tnnrntllB ne.-tiioU. and tile Olieu bould Mll.iuUMiVd lU
Ilk* maiilier. Similar action toow place in tlio 0 >M Uoom, '
?t the peiruleura b?*nls and on the t'roduoe Exchange,
preface.! by appropriate remarks. It was at the sa:no
Ume announced that no eession of the Evening Ks-f
change would be held. CoutracU falling due to- ^
*ajr for the delivery of fold or stocks will .
eland over until Monday Nearly all the stock houses'"
Closed their ottlcos at 11 A. M., aud thu hanks by ununl- i
tnous cons nt closed, excepting for the paymeut of dra la, j
at noon. Meanwhile a largely alien lei moeung wu .
held in front of the Custom House In Wall blreet, at
which Gen. Butlor aud others spokv About title muo a f.
stock operator who made use of dlsloy.il express 011.1 ?
respecting the recout tragedy wan mobbed, and uarrowly 1
scaped ''lynching" only through the interference of the j
po"oe. Meanwhile those who attempted to mako trans P
Actions in gold In urr d a similar risk from the by stand-$
era. Early In the attcrnoon, however, the croud dU- ^
persad, aud a group of operator* assembled and made i
quotations for gold In William street at the corner of Kx f.
change.plac . The price here, wh ch had boan as high as
105 at one time, declined to l.'?6 by thr 1 o'clock. j
The steamer Ta tonla took out |.s7,000 iu specie.
The Racioe and Mississippi and Northern Illinois rail J
roads earn from January 1 to April 7 ?.J1,6'"1, again.-.!
$114,322 for the samo time in 1*04.
The importations of dry g.?oiis at this p >rt dunu:lli
week eu liri)? April 12 ccraparj as follows with thoso of
tho previous Wct-k:?
Ifffk f.T. '.irg HV k e d v /
Aft il 6 i> < 1 ?
En.'* ;<1 fi r Cot utp'n. J !' ??. Pet. ? ?
Manufai-. ros of .vo l.. 6. ? Jltio 'til 8bl J2 TR ij
lll-nu' .niturcs of sot 1 1. ins 40.'77 Sli! il"l :
kfcu.fiCt rei, I I'it... "1 T'J. >.ll 2.o.*l
Han lac'.' resof lUr.... tO.s^'l 0 .1 luy ui
MiiJT.'llaueous **? 20. x i H*j 1
Total 1,. $.T<i ,'W 2, .'< -()!? 7s
Wi> id >Tto 1.
Wariula -i-r s of wool.. ::'l f 1: ^* i 4 ? 4 < >
If aim re o cr.o:i. 2 J ' >J 32 l! T .
M*"-i 1 "res of lik... 1 71 7.1.1 l.i l:; o.t
lluiiii ! . s of flat... 2 i CO. i 40.' Jo .
Hi*c&...-uix>\g 1 V.l-'i 7-4 i.->, J
T-'nl l,TJi f 150,*93 2,!.J f >11,I'M
Warr' ovt&l.
Uhl. ; ?<... of <*ooi.. 437 $!7-, 07 4H.S * J '?
Wau'.'.iriut :m o; ''lull. 1 '.( fi >, ' i 801 U\77l
ftlaiiiiturtiiri'# ?i i .... 1r,'t 118 -H *.l >" MM '
Hull fucJsi. - ii lii'iw... !?)'( I'.'i vW I.OiH 2'M) 7JJ
Mi .celuuroas 11 'iU:>7 5..-1 5.,i0i
ToUl 2,ip5 KM 7,017 $821,47jf
NZV/3 FROM SAN FRftNSiSCO. I
S^:< Fii.'.vim'o, Cal., April 14, 1S65. !
y A movement has bo'.'ii p'-ai. 1 m Califoru a f"r a -lb- ?
scripton to pur uhss a homes! ait i >r the family of John '
Brown, who lire residing ai itod ttltiif.
Northern despatched aii'iu :ico the r turn of Colon' 1'
Butkie/, o." tho R';. <<;an (n erl ind Telegraph line Hit
xp <1 tiou through tfm lutei'.ur of British C<<lumb.a ia"
well undur war.
Gororjj,ir L"?a w!il net i-sne his anticipated c?l! fori!
two mors regiments of volunteer* from this 8ts '? }
The I'tlte 1 Stales District Court bnvo scntonced time
?a)>talii ami motes or the nh p Great Republic to vn-|oii? /
terms of Imprisonmcnt for extreme cruelty to seamou on y'
tho late voyare of tho ship t;> this pi>rt. The cuso ere-i.
ftUd a great <1 a', o" 1. -Ilii^ as*'Lr'. tuoin. r?
A letter from tJuayxv, S!'?\; i, to lhe H ''lr(in of this li
olty, say? that t?i> eruor Ve.-i'uetu h\s made ample l'i'1-L
paratioo.-. to deteu! ny ??; ? ? tho t-lacttt t"
against Ponorn. Ho hn<l r-h-ud tho i.'.uui aim ofi_
O eyuws whenever R: Mmood w.? taken by the l'u<tc>)2
State? troops, at.d nativ# bunds had been taught lo piny 3
our national aw*. i
Hallltig iit <-ie ,V(>?a Nrnll9n> l
I'ONTt'Na, Mo., April 15, 1S05. f
Tho steamship Nova Scutum, Captain It rower, sailed at
a quarter pant throo P. II. for Llverp >i, ulth tho latest
ews on board.
rl'bt War In St, !>tn?!nfro.
BPAVrviI M'?? I'V !TH At! ANOO.VMKVT. 1
ff^WViioPpan's!, Senate, three days back,!
fee Dvk* do la Tom s*kod whether, looking at tho re
Cent niiw from the Autil'i ?, tin emmont was or uai
not disposed to pemfot In tho project of abMidoutog St 1
Domingo a,
hfc Ulni.rpnrlnr-'i'P 111 f II ' 111 I-|-nre of t' ' i2 Cvtarvf!
of State for I'o A Calm, replied Hint the government
had no official iu'.ul'i^en.'o of iho recent ovents there,
? . " af oh<nd<mir?tV an* innmoirtnt Netcrthoi
ea, h -I ray ii-'clmot :.n in made without pre.
Judice I" ?v l'r dent o: the Council ma> have to
nylnbn-i 'ie question of the nobis duke.
I'lfc ' .? MAN A*l> I.AHT DOLLAR."
(Kadr'a (Marhii?< rro.-pondcnoe of the Mefssuger do
Ba; ? ? |
The dlw iiBsi-' of the ' ,il for cl attdur.mm' nf Stin'o
Damiv!!' flomiutnoed JO t'-i !?? in the D pwiliu i\ d"cuiwion
wW< ii viii rat an end to rumors propagated id
Fran e and iihroad by crmneona telcgrama l'rom the
Ua.'aa Aveney, pretending-that the govornmont had do
teem i nod i.pou withdrawing the Mil M. Ulloa, formerly
mini t'-r fn he htrainhrtra'.lun of the IJbenal I uh?n rum
bated the pi"]- eie.t abandonment, and d d*o In ueuriy the
tot.il al,.-once of the majority, and \ en <>f thouc who lw
longed to hi* o>vn poliUal [ arty It it> reidly 8t;.m?e to
e what | a-> "! In ih? tjpain ii Parliament. The moment
It l.? kmmu t1 Ht it matter of a purely personal character
in to be brought forward, all the representatives are
pnnctnil In their attendance, and th" trili inn are?io>v?l
ed; but wfmr a forel, n or donie?l; political q-e?tn>njp
comae uu ter'iiactiaal m the apeak rs addre t/tei'-ol e
to o?npt\ liet.ehe*. 1'hin phenomenon d.<?* not pre.-.-ul?
Iuro!I hi / fir ilie firrt time; it i* regularly ri c*<d. 1
if i.'oi d :liT(*re<l a ppe? li brilliant oil the serf?''r, |b'tt
t ct cry I >Ki<"nl, at <i the up- sker, 't was eiuy t > a e. ^
*:i?ii . etl com itii "<1 o? the jujtlie of Iho ca it'whichE
he had di "'tid Hi < a m wes to pro\ e that the ftr.u<*x F
ati.'ti w . perfecly j\ a ! Ie. id, that It nM a 'nng tiniefj
asked by an l.uri.i i.'jo ity of the Inhabitants of3
K. IH>n'1:i;*o, nn.l tlu'Sp . a luclng by * >|emn wt di
clarert that the i Int. I t--r?? ' ail ii. w.ci:?1 part'it thef
terriioilcs of the i.i , i : v e t:ld now t>e pr-pared to
eacrtl*c? h? -11 t vt in i h Iti t do Ui to m liiitaiu he. .
authu' y. Ti ;.!, mur n i : tin' hit< held by nil*
tl e Jonri.' ' I'll r : . i-te tt.e day when tl-**
billon ihe ' a lonui ?! v... d p v . d in too bureau of
tl. I '"Tu- a .
Tha dUcuMt-ia was thin itljourncd.
I'ullfr "(t<
OLD ATVEVIT M> .! .. UI.D Ul fENDKK* A1
>'r. C'urler P?"H'' r- I Ji.r; at 111 ''ontapie htri-i t,
Brooklyn. yeatiiiUy oi' >r< I to pea through a \
doui'? crowd >f pet "i/< '.vii.i had ui^r/.it d on the cor ;
tier .of l.r md* 17 in.'' i*xv pvt. Ho observed Hire
unpieio'iii i.ni* iug .on "ye g bin clmely, and eon
clude l that l.ry v -j il l'; hef "i..l would bear watch
lig He vra* eorr t ! 'I-j>lehri <, '<>r in a lew 11 ;
niento afterv- 1 .1 httn w.ii ti i ,
them, l amed Kri ! n- >\ \ 11 .i!l i Kr d ly Wt.i iio.v,
grabbed at liia itn d b 1 ap ti a'. *I.M);)
At thai rn tant Mr ' 1 iz-d th ' llo v and be!d i
itlm ta wh I a t;*r:i i i : <..? a 1 mi " < : 1 1.
Other men, 'hoi I 1. . I Hn 11, nil: J r . '
A Men. The th rd im ml M : :a e Oiflee.
Hurt in took the i>r. ..e:- 1 . .) tie.' Itowiimt, wlio
eoinuiltted them ( 'ho to Ir 1', .rphxit I1.1 I J
The pn .o'i' ni 1' i'i . ,cnl h?.e boon oil n \
arrested, forav-i^tv ? 1
?i n . 1 in Jill *?.
a Brt'.Aw a .... t r, t. t; r ?l Pusjc Ho I
ma* v < a a -M' i . ! a , I, 1 krm. rtr.. 9 p>fi ?
<X>roni-i 1 ?.'iiu " ti 1 . 1 a: th' 01 u
Ar anal huleJIi in 1 1 ovir the r mnina 01 E
an unknown nan, , ;> .J to ' t n 1 e of Franco, '
who wr. found 1. in< d. 11 1 Hie It t n'de, near th Tur *
rmo5 >ri ;% ' tb \ juk I *lwt wmoit . f th l.n-t. Anf
mplT .-vl irflo httt.'c' I . : ?i ! t#t? fTr<Mind botw>p|^
h n . nl?" a fl .^oo!ot, ? '.(] n tu .? h-Nik wi U i tmr., ItiL
I' I*. i lior 1A.4 K j'litl" 1 Ii M 1 f* <( f 't i 1'i ^ 01 \?I0 til J
llou "U t..e biidf, Jnund u l.??-vr.i ? 1 m? n4 | t?f U?o
h te'l p fr iij i.' w i\ the whole of the temp a! bone
fight (lit* In- niiord waa not out ! a bell, W MinJ
(ihr-t. h'eerU the w In I Ihe te:nj> .11- w ?? .me t'
III. Tl o < > o.med i > had fatty degeneration f 11. '
heurt ati I llv?' and tii 'i niainal*
orgaufi. lie. Ro?df? .. ih i 1 the >p nnai ibat ho waa a.ib
/. < toll - of I,yo liond in I i one of In* tne n .
choly n"> da mi t hint ir 1 piry r.-> I re<l a ver t [
of ti a h oorre ; u, ti to" i ne^omg facta. 1 >^ {
waa abo'.t twe it> Ave v?; n l td, live f. <t ae> n
liichea n . ?!ghi, a" I h id dark h dr and oionria?iie f
Ilia drae# foiia.itcd o .-It emu mid jnitiia, apotted vrai,|j
cut w wulta Krencn n ?lilrt aud dark fr.i hat llio^
ol^oitieu cunoui Inta 04 I runra, ttun in Krench, of
which tha fdliOM'lrig la a ti(uislaiiou, weie found la hi* 1
-nonioiat'dnlu book;? 1
1 ?v*a bnrn .: 1 ?^rn" day Ml?fnrttma wa are twin
v'->11,era I ao'iit t ei.?-j L-r I >. I n tune, ant I fini'el It
M"?.|,rr? h'lt to t .? pi ? Hare I nni<h my anilHlt*
/ ""an who nwy Bud in? ?III ? bery me on the p> tea of
in- a, \> oan.e ? rn, bti' tli.a I will tell you
It. ,xl 1 1 .? .. I.I I.,infimljlM fiieiltiM I11
r*uw. /or uif tK.il* Mtffi, lay r*'(r?u. P. P.
T'i? f/'uMrn fiflfcireot ol' ? le'ter wm ?lso di(mov?r?"1
In Mi r?>- mi>nu?<i>i in liookj?
Thnt ?h1cta J->i, 4, ! ... <t" t h?<i. ! rl<>m by inur1 e
?0'| III tny Irv t- , .,( I'l . n, j Hid I.ff-r you ? >..
LittJiU "f ra-pmt toq ol l> r?, 1* til ? U It'll I am
Totir uurcy
, V4KIK roiU/tDOUI'.R
Wottrrojmtii .'?n'i?ry n iiwi.
"lAMrJHWIMHMMHMKMM
MEXICO.
ciTsarsTsm r:avs.
( :ie;H>rtcd Plot for Invading
the Empire.
The First Batch of Emigrants
from the South.
Great Excitement Among the
Foreign Soldiery.
(i _
| Tho Victories of Grant and Sherman
in the Capital.
i' European Sympathy with the
Rebels.
1
rcE late riots vi pfsbla.
I
r:,uz2i5f:a t?:z Mexican press, j
"3i5cu!ti*js 3et*vc?n the Trench and;
Austrian Soldiers,
ft&f., At.
7 7 ^
Oar Correiponrtem *
C tv i r Mr.xioo, March 2T, 18W. f
? Within a few weeks some startling rumor* i.*re tara!
#iflo.:t In ilie capital?not only that Bovori.l tiioueABfli
/..I n v l.iive arrived la Chlhuahu* with arms u h
i. i' i.. i> ii 'or Junrt.z, but Unit a wi-'.eaprr>ad.uR ptoa, ex >
Jt n 'hk nil tV ..ti-'i i southiira ji.iit of the confederacy, j
In in aeiivr w.?vuu- t >' >? the in;"f Moxfco. Some!
of the 1! jvii-.ts hint at t! alliiir rathor tnyxtc-J
rlou-ly, ami con i ior It the llr->t po.'itivo hidhatlou of i
, that lauiid.itloa of Northman Uestiueii boob to overflow!
tills COUUtiy. j
VAI.TTE OP T!in rPMORS. ,
' | There dooms to be soiuo foiii.il''ion for throe state ,
ui 'iito. Numbe rs of rebels are coatu illy arriving hero {
'by tho way of jlatamoros, and an,- cv ioutly not ineie
' rofupeos, but k"on, obsnrvaht. men, ?bo liatfle Man
nii.ian's epics with singular a<.'nltnoi?, an J at- wen in
,''lose confiib with loading llhero.l f.rdll?s in thla city.
?Tli(< fai ls, as rumor has tlrrn, arc ti a papers for sub
ccrljitlon are print (1 and tiuvu been vory guiierally clrou'
lutod, especially In Alabama, Louisiana and Texas, pledg?
ing the Bubicrib.-r* to be ready during the coining sumjgmer
to rendezvous at different pUces o:i the Rio Grande?
"and ater Northern Mexico, by the way of Nuevo Leoni
,<?nrid Chlhu.ihun, Join the Juarez party in those district.-"!
'and form the nucleus for a powerful ariny or Invasion I
and powdor for the rapidly increasing forces will
bi> taken along, anil tlie^a supplies are to b? Increased
I by Importations through the (julf const of Tnimullpn?
%nd also throniih the more retired landing places of 8<>
Knora on the Pacific side, wh to arrangements exist with
ipartes in the southern counties of California.
J AUKIVAL Of OUNPOWltRR.
1 A schooner arrlvod at Alta'.ta, a Finall port In Rinaloa,
8 several v. -kij since, with u quantity of powder for
Rj nr > hich was our of tho advance shipments conJnocled
with this movement. Hie French land and sea
If.rc p having beea luaton and captured a few mile*
iJiuU'i, f"i?n that pluoe, Lot long since, the road to Sinaloa
3" i t?' buuhua it now open and the whole Northern
Soou it / in po?seaslon of the llbirals. This movement In
c. ... i. ?w IWI a originated with tjeno
r ' tTi. e, v.ho has been for several months urging it upon
tl.o in> aibers of the rebel Congress a.* the ono alternative
left, .aso of continued disaster In (Icorgia and (he
Carol. i.i Tho idea lias beon to take poMtlH of the
ttliolu tier of Noi ;Vorn Mexican States from ocean to
ocean, oint a new .lag in connection with Juarez, place
thenic'''|>. * under temporary European protection, brlnn
in Toxus, i/iwor California and New Mexico and eventually
m \ke t for tho Interest of California to join theli
furl .nes.
WHAT TH K' PC( TRn OK TUB LIBWALS.
tt l? oxjjettod thil it.ro liberal party, who si III
bold out In tho Steles of TMiraiigo, Chihuahua, Jalisco '
and at) Northern Merleo, will flock to tho new standard. !
The feeliiu against the 1' u.jtinn Imaler* Is daily In
Screwing in blKcrw-.i; snd oven Maximilian, whoso
pbilantlir . lo motive* and personal good intentions to
S. ?rtl the Moslcnn nntiou I have repeatedly referred U?,
Is becawng impotent, owing to his Inherent weakness
'.f cbn 'tor, which lack* the ylgor neoosaary for amressfn1
ale.
military opkkatiovh.
Finee the cnpture of Oaja-i the Austrian an<l French
force* 1 . o ' inlnly f imorntnted In I'ii"bU and Moxtco,
and h:n? had cnlll.ion with tin p<">ple, rosultmj* in
J \rnii* i nr. rrvt, and afterward* s'uain court mart la'*
am' loody -X"cutl>ns. The Son thorn relwi ageuls now
in t1> city -re certainly h?rJ for soino such purpose tut
t'j ' 'it in' -iu<xl Americana accord to Ihetn.
OI'IKTOMS ON TI'R SITB.IKCT.
It ? be I'd th.it tho advocates of the mwin all
thro .i^h t Boti'hare divldod to the proper course to
pnr< e? i''ivrt ? adopt a new flij or rally under the
fi t irs d ftrlp.'ij and make this sin :ular crusade tlio
iirMt H'ep n reunion of the Ht.*it<<* upon com
? >n Me i lean i round, pronnum? against European
i me, >n in Aiwrl-'n nlfili , capture Ftato nfter
i tarn it h.i Independent rcpuhllc, and ap
ply fii- drii'-Hlon into the American 1'nlon One of
thive Tet clmulnn ?h In the pwesMnn of an officer
. frotis r< vttfc, n >\ at t':e Ilurbidu Hotel, lu thU city, nnd
thliiRM l>a e gone mi fur that aignatiirca have been obia.iied
here aud in VeruUriu, and particuiai 1/ lu Havana
Mitamoro* i-all alive with It. Mexico Booms Just nowf
tube between two llrei -llie M nine doctrine of tliof
I'dited Siat-oa, which reiufe* rec<>0'Ui,l>n of the empire, [
and ihe Monroe doctrine of tin- rebels, wlio long for
anotlu r dnah at tho Italia or th? ''".itozumas, anil to
nidi e the fair plain > oi Aoiili'iar n < tnnmon ground upon
wlili o to lieal up doni' *t<; div-t-ii: !"nt) in our own coun
-try. M-antlme the Europeans, and especially the A *
t uti.s wh<< .4'Tve undur Ma.\iiniiian, walk annul In their
3l'agi;y lire tie* and clumsy boots, JuRtlltig the people,
9 a ml enjoying n climate the llko of which nono of
J them ever dreamed of in their Northern hernia
jj'i'ero Hut Ami: una, French tuid llolglaits have
111 i ran o to M't' that the flood from the dremled
j.V Tlli, rebel or Union, cannot long '>e delayed, and one
Ji f tin fii ndtnltied to me not l<>ng since thai at the drat
, sal of a d?lermined movement hither irom the United
j :ju? the K .lOpeana vt? !d l>e recalled by their reepee
iV. * governments*, sun uio rcnapt.e 01 nvinarrny iu
I . exlco be at suddm m tt ?u in tho ? n>c of the ill'.urcU
iturbldn.
AN INTKKBSTIHU C0RRP.8I'0*I>KN',B.
Tn add' .iim to thone Rtorm muttering fn>rn the far
North t mih<' rather exciting new? from a ourm
I'utut. A peppery coT'ipouuruce beiwa u Maiumllan'e
rn r (or prelect) 01 Km HUM of Nueva Le<.u and the
|Putnm?u<)< i.f one >f nr blockading juadron, off the
uutli r ih? Uio wr>ud?, ha* taken place Tlila related
-to a i ert.i D iircnnf i?<>nt by th? lu.p "lal MmiM?r of
J Foretge dilation* to the eoveraJ Htute prtifecta, directing
' th" i u> r-1, . r nil t f'lrn con>nila to exhibit their papers'
. "I.in a n i mn or be denlfd lit* rl lit tuoontinuef
tin- i-tiT <.l !?. ir lal fiiii":lona The oftluer repre-j
irn'mg Ai.ii'i''i- no Ihut' 'la at MatainoroB refuaed r<im |j
n .ill. mil i iiat ho waft in roly a''cotniueri tul J
it" <f ti,e United . tutu, a'ld the email eiutirogllo t
, that follow i d rnaulted Hi h* quitting tin town and ii.uk-1
?j liii{ r^n^f under the Htum mid Htrpoa of the atenm.'
*|fng'?te above mentioned Tl o c. rreepoiidence betwecu P
jti'U oOio.il atid tiio imperial authorltle* hue been exten t
a vely pi.b nued a:vl 10 tnvntei] on lli Met no, and alaof?
tlmt wh rh l illov i'd lnit\M'Hu tin prefect uud the UBIleUU
State* naval cum. under i
KXCITI.fU It It POUT "P tTMOH THOOr* IN MEXICO. I
On the hoeli of thl- coini,* lh" full . mitt, published .
Una murnlnx in al the pip in .,f t'? capital, of tlie a. r
tiyd crusHln* of the Hlo t.i*:,*. on ih? lii.i ?( tieueraljf
Taylor* old battle lloM- n| IV , Vm I Uonara tie la|
I'alnia, by a cnnxiderable terra <>i United troop*, r
wimi' two woeka ago, fur ' Miiirpo.. ->t d<-iroying lo rf'
thouaan I bal-H of r--hnl. ou. i. . ( ,,n MeMctin ?>ll atidf
"prepared for exportation. 'i ... < t . tin expeM on <
Awhj, it la a.Id, oinpl toi e 1. and our fmfon n> /
Her a nd tlie river wi.tanui c. ..atlon Tit* rooogult <l?
NEW YORK HERALD, 81
i " i i ! > ii nia awi 11 rr
ori-ati of th? Kmj? ror ? out with a flaming trader on the
. mibjeet, rimo tiring ttie act M a g:Oni ?lokilon of tho 1
*>il of the ( ini'lrw una a direct ln?ull dung at the French
:iag; and ItuU ouch a procedure on lb? pert of Mexico
. w>>uld br the pignut for an Immediate hostile attitude t>r
ti> Am ncan government, The roat of the preee, Fretiuh
aad [--iniah, have joined In the cry, and, to judge bjr the
' tlatpi iK of eu?rd bllta an-i U>e Ink valor every where
. manlf ?t-?d, It la all up With Uncle Bam. Really, the
'uric eumclency and boinhaet of ttieee people, olril and
? military, lore.gn and native, are Intolerable.
"SHEKMAN'B VICTORIES IN THS KMFIM?BOBTILITT
k TO TBI ONION.
o AH liiuinBiivnui HM> Tiruivncv ijcwkiki vnv nunu nwj
be hi*re clt<>d. It does not, however, indicate any par
S'licitlar prelereste for the rebels, but a hatred of the
I'nilud State* as a dangerous republican Power, standing
j'ln the war o< monarch ami Absolutism. Wtiem the new*
4 arrived by steamer ai Vera Crua, via Havana, at the sueIcf.MK
of Slisrmaa's great marcu to the tea, and the capture
of Savannah, It was ao distasteful to the existing
powers that only vague accounts reached the capital, and
no absolute oertainty of the fact until hw days after tbe
steamer's arrival, although a telegraph wire connsou the
two places. The newspapers were silent ea the suttfect.
and at last gave the news relactantly and la a garbled
form, deploring the gradual ni^ijujiatlon of the hightoned
chivalrous South, and berating the oowardly
tv rants who are trampling them under foot by
thutr numerical superiority. The sains ooooirsd
when the Wilmington and Charleston news arrived.
Beiore each of these vlotones, the atyect Yankees
oonid a.tver succeed. When the faots oould
no long'r be denied, the possession of ths whols
seacovst was of no use to ths government, and plaoed
the South In a stronger position than ever. But yeeterday
the English steamer arrived at Vera Crus, and several
eecess onists belny among the passengers they clrculatod
ths report that Lee had attacked Urant, cutting his
army to plecos, capturing ?ighty pieces of cannon, and
was marching upon Washington. Improbable as this
news apjteared to the l >yal Amorl-ans in Meslco?for It
was telegruphed hither with IlKhtntng speed?It ran like
wlldtlrs through the capital, and every caji had Its knots
0 excited forHytiors net-tlculpting and chattering over
the grntlfylng int -lilgence. The raorrvng's light, how
ever, Uisp lied ail these glitter.ng prospects, and sullen
M disappointment succeadod at reading lu the i?.'pers that
a(<rnnt was all ri hi, the detested Sherniaa still advancing
rjthrougii Norih Carolina, an<1 that the Provident had b>en
Jpeacf ully Inaugurated, bet with "a speech snob ss
$ -ii ;ut be exptci*d irum a ueoased and Ignomat Wind,"
TUB OUTBHS'.X IK FT2>tA.
.] I Ufcd onlv time in my la>t letter to mention briefly the
1 outbreak at i utoia, trie most important city of the At5
Ian tic slope of the Moxlcan Cordillera, and containing
'Isoiue seventy tho sand inhabitants. This formidable
not o?.|.iiiitcil in t !<? discovery of infamous facts, uaiw
it:^ & fc ;iciol on cry ag.itust the European troops ma
> Jtioned tuerc, aud evrntu iily an attack upon them by the
, , i'llttrlcted populace, who were only rout> l after repeated
voiioys or uon-k try, alayittt; numbers. The whole mat
Lit e his been fcu.-di (1 at> by oiuer u the government.
jf'iDu ifctitrljr we t.ave ooiy 'hewd of court niii-tlaia eon |
(I f\?jtuious of ijtta x The oir:uwsu?nc?, bowe??r, tr.
[: i<iici>.tes a araothe.x-J uetest&tlou of tiia lnvaAors. which
j''t times bum* 9?a?e deaplu the g.taotlng of ba>o
' tola.
'TUB KOYSMKNTT OF TROOPN TO if ARPS cnrnrAHUA
rj'o udiii up .'i:irc7, arul re??l the tn'eal &6d attack of
iii? northern fni tier rr.eu continue*. jur%rahal Baaaine,
;;;io her> of tVy? ., i.i ru r j?e, uid the b at mil tiry
jj ridges piedle' ' d wnlili o>' thr ' beral forces bo
^ foro t'i > gcii.ua of U;e Kretell coni leror. ThU aseiri*
> I probable; i"or, a.- I have U<furo writtca, nearly every port
v. on both i l<l" of the continent to In pwwesa on of the
,, (French, ul*Vtu:?!ly preventing, -ave In it few plated Instances,
the Impo't laii.m of armB and ammunition.
^ mriy??NjiKNT OP AN AMKHMUH CITIZKM.
.] A ' 'jrioufi ailair, Involving th < p< raonal liberty of an
J Aiiiuric<ui citi.'.en, an old roeldont of rv ipootable standing,
jv has lately in:oio nomc nolae in Mexico, Mr. Henry
J Ward Hoole, or Uostott, a woil known teacher, wax ar
j re.sted laat woeU and thrown Into one of the~celto of the
jiclty prison, and detained there itr tnmunicmlo, that Is,
j? prohibited fr.im communication either by word or letter
,'iwith Ills friend* It appear* that Mr Poole had inierJ-Hied
hiuu.oli in behalf of two English giris atiachod to
njCliliiriul'H (ircu.^ uml Ind attempted, lit the r quest of
'i the girls?-ono of them a Mica Unllo way?who complained
Jo (iilarlnl'a treatment, to obta'n an order reloading them
J from th ir engagement. The a:t4ir liltored through the
Blu'i'.isli legation and couaulate, and, finally, the order
M >nn given by the Mcxlran aulhorltioi--, on the wr.tton
'J Mttmol of the plrlx ih.it they were Inhumanly treated
t,Hby tiitir toaster, who hail brought thoiu from England
y und' r an agreem nt fiotn their parents. Chi.irlnl, who
iy, h:irt concealed ilia apprentice*, meantime Induced them
|u t p;ti n paper denying their former statement, and li*d
I'mde arrested on the outrug o.is charge of having forged
Jtlie Higimturca to the itrowons papers. He waa thruat
Iinioolllthy den among a herd of the lowest Mexican
crini ual-s?leperos?and oover "d with vermin, without
light or sufllcluul ventilation, and In an attnoaphero
reek ug wlj.li abom.nation.-*. A number of gentlemen
endeavored to obtain a hearing for
him but woro rud dy rep Isod from the oo rt
room. The American Consul then Interpoaed,
but with no bettor succoea?nor waa any one allowed to
ace or write to him. A written application to the Kmiwror
met with no respons <. The Umpreaa, to whom Mr.
I'oolo had previ.nialy Kddroaaed a alatuineut oltclllug her
^tniori>f?.-.itloti in bnlialf of ths ulrU (who wore pupils in
1 Mr. Poole's mtiool), forgot all about it, and the British
j Minister (kir. Searlctt) and < onsul (Mr. Ulcnnle) having
;? r ad llie contradictory Htutemi-nt us to 111 usage, rofunot!
to Interest themsnlv e any further is the matter. Chlurini
now held the curd*, and hfrvli.g engaged th? b'St lawyer*,
who thoroughly understand tbes i^noeof Met! an delay,
ho has uiaua&.'d U> k? p luum???i > <? foul j?rl.
" noil, vrrinr.< ><? 4. oeni hitman being could long {jxst.
'$ r^u-t d glit, however, ho ws* removed to a better coll,
tjgbutMtiiT vigorously "nvommunicado." How tho matter
will eud, no one known, but It ms probable that Poole
hiiH a long stag.* of expensive Mexican "law" before him,
us Chlarlnl win fur outbid hltu In the matter of doubloon*.
TUB KXKCirTtOX Or OBNRRAI. KOMRRO.
PI nee the shooting of General Romero and hla fellow
otllc m, tho pr?-s* ii<kve ventured upon soaie rather
searching inv. mirations iu to the propriety and Justico
of that execution. Th ground wan taken almost unanimously
thai a* the country hud b on '-proclaimed" lob*
* in ft hUin of peace, and "war" no longer exlsied, tho
2trl.il of the General should have be?n by tlio civil law,
a especially as he v.sj fiecu^O'1 not of rtij't Ing against the
empire, but for "a is of robbery ami pi.liMo," which iho
court marital chose to regard In a p isonal and not a
military point <>f vl >w. In l*te midst of tU so r?H otinns
up.m the acle of the tilbiir.nl, llm clilof ald-de-osmp of
Matshal Baza , n mrnandl .g Iho French aryi!e* In
Mexico, p.:ui ' i lb-- responsible editors 01 tlio preta of
(hlicll v ? appear at the General* caoiuet. Ililswav
laxt vi K. At tho hour appointed tho knlghta of the
<1 ill duly presented IhemaeUos and wore In orrnsd that
u.e wdroni articles lately ptMltM 'n (Mr papora
would not bo tolerated and that thenceforth
ed tor* who shoull animadvert upnu the jus
lice or advlsahili'y of military tr Iriuals would
* be arrested and tried hy court martial. Oi dors of arrow
'* were then Isaued ?galn.?l tho editors of J a .?n.iiirr? and
K I.a Orchr ra, who are to be trl'd fur certain pirt. :ularl.v
J unguarded expressions r fleeting upon the prove ding." oi'
-2tho lato military iu rt whirti ro,.i!.ii.iie'' ' HoJ
nmro to d<mth.- ro much the u< w-papers puiv.-i oU tho
J. uxt d vy after tt.l , warring, an1} Ka/alno has n .1 sln'e
jlioon annoyed by oriilcl .u Is publ e a is. Tho
fjduom of delinquents in tho mnro cvi'aln, becau.e to b"
jtr.iiil li> court martial l i i qulv -it to being condemned.
3 line lii.-tance lu illu.trnliDti r. t, vn In loboocan was
,* attacked by the litieratu twf weeks ago and the Kreuoh
i'sdii\cu out. Tlio next day the rrouch ret rued rein
^4force:! anil recaptured the place Tho cotmnandor ol tho
ijiinading forces immediately iasned a proclamation en
>i forcing a tine of four thourund dollurs upon the
ftovsn, for having given aid and comfort to
''the liberals duilng their brief occupancy; md
/^iliis model do'iinent ends thus:?"And the*
' ; chief citirens who thus aided tho dls idetils shall be tried
-by "ill; martial and ahull" A disinter#- od xpechtlor
' in !>trai'y n I.-, Why have any court luirtial at ail If the
,'-'kIui ting is tn follow hi any rite? The sequel, however,
^i? lunii er still, though perhaps tli oloiiol fall d to aee
^.UhrJoKe. Two ilnys I iii i the duodenls" re.urnod In
jsjlar,' r numbers, routed the PreU'-h, retook the place and
hold It yet.
fltilB AS IMOHITT BBTWI'.fN T 1USTUIANS AND
.1 fllBVCH
Mtieree t<a steed ly, and thr - us to i >.'?? ierlons reault*.
'-.'I'll" Kr ncli olUtora njij?l ?.<l *ome tin <'i;ioe to Mar iial
- 1J /.alno to he allowed to live at Tacu? 'a, a fow rnilea
'.out of the city, where they ininht not b?i l irown In c?>u
'act with the r old enemies; but the arningnmenl wm
?'ii t consummated. A coIIih1i.ii Uiok place a few day*
,^ago In which some thirty of the lowor grndea of otllcere
*Jlo"k part, but beyond a lew lirul. ea no one waa hurt.
I MIN1NU AMI Oil OPERATIONS.
J Tho f>iiiio (W Imprri" oouta ?h ;? number of decrees
"and gtaiita to Ann rean cilUens and otliora for working
*^the iuIuoh of coal, Milver, gold and other metala, and the
. dopor.lla of petroleui:. in tho country. Among the most
r im|HirUint aro c,o:.o Hlmm to (Jo rge R l?rew and John
^ Mel^ od Murphy, ci.lzens of Ne? Vork and prae.Ue?l
j*engineers, to develop |M'tri e :m dep'iflta In C a(dnoloya,
^Almagn-a, llaldo?M, Sayula and Mluatitlan, on the lathS
inu* of rehiianle|.(Kv (M the vxteut and value of tlieae
pelioleum de|iOH)ts there is ini dutilH, In UlO riatlatie*!
A ?| ci 't of l>on Joa<'- Al.il .a l,;l s iu m i,hown that tlioao
f* pprlnga were known h'ih l.m" .more than two hundred
Ijauil lift* yearn ago), "that l? the vllla^' of Sayultep o
I jauil JloloitcuB there are louiitiin. of petiol ma." tillvor,
gvp'Oin, alaba ter and a p!.;tl(lini iiImi abound In theao
I? 'I"* report of the Utilte4 ,-later Scleiitlllc
niiimlaslon for tha 1'arlHe Kailroad, nnd r Mi\|oi Hurnard,
: It ta also staled that "within eleven inlJ?t of dantlago
H, .".iloaean la an extensive epr ng of petroleum which
kcorrra an area of teveial acrt"<" klefsra l>r#w and
! Murphy, lika true gaahi-u<t Yankraa, liava, ii Ik ntfanga.
but true, tioen tlia very Unit to "douounoa" Uiaw mi
d";>unlta of nnti..n*l wtotlili.
llr?ii aIiIIu lh? Kin|?<n? ll riMng all that a banavolrnt
~ dlapoaltlon can niigaid to !( cp mattara to'good running
;ordar. but n timid, dlttr la'.fnl policy and tha InOuam a of
liiorlciiaad A'iMrian and II ? ?n mlvlKata pravanta Ilia
HcroinpllahuiPiit of tli !iidimir1?l ntcrprlaaa by which
Ion ilia ampira win b? mala aurcaaaful.
Tba court inart al lor tlia tr*i of Uanirkl Torftrto Dial
, baa uot yat ba?u aumt a-ukl
KIrn *t ltoohrater*
N Y.. April 14, IMi
The eahlriat warehouse of JameaB Hey don, of this oily,
; wan partially doatroyed by lira Huh morning. Tlia att* ka
v of Humphrry, Raady A Co., etovr daalara, Uaatln?a k Moil
Wan, papar daalara, K II Roby, uddlery and hardware
J dealer*, and tba agency of tlia American Tract Hoelaty
I were damaged. Total loaa $ao Hj& Inauraiioe $90,000.
Tlia origin nl the (Ira Ii unknown.
Tlia OanadliiiitlflrgalM At llallflif.
T'la^uro, 0 W., April 14, 1MR.
A despatch from Halifai atatne that tha Can ad Us delegale*
arrived tliora Ihhi n:ghl on board the eleemahlp
? A-da on Iha r way to Kokand. Thoy had a publlt i-iept
hi, at aliltli rprctiii* weia mudo In favor of tba con
i oti liriue. Tliry ware a? nrlod by a pro ivwi'in
I ' It. it, anil ntuob ciillitif ii-m wan niaiufiviod
f on tha or/ -ud.iri
[TNDAT, APRIL 16, 1868.
jRICHMOND.
| IMPORTANT ORDER FROM GENERAL ORD.
IPermiuloi (or the Eeaisembiiflf of tbi Lite
So-Called Virginia Legislator* XeieiiM.
WHEREABOUTS OF GENERAL LEE,
A*, &?., A*.
(Trots Iht Richmond Whig, April 14]
lim?>4iTM DVabtmbvt of Tnanu. 1
KiOHMuMD, Va., April IS, lbU. f
Owing to reoont ivnu, the permiselon for the rttma
bUng of ik? getiUaaea recently toilig M Um L?gUlature
of Virginia |? rescinded. Bhoald any of lh? gentlemen
oome to tho oltjr ulerlkiiotlot of MMaHlig already
publishod tho/ will bo furnlahed pawports to return to
tholr homo* Amy of tho persona used to tho oall
aignod by J. A. Campbell and others who are found In
tho otty twelve hour* after tho publioatiaa of this notloe
will bo subject to arraot, unless they are residents of this
olty. & a a ORO,
M^Jor General Commanding tho Depart msnt.
OINBRAL OHDKKS?NO. ST.
laDQVAKHBS DttTABTMBn OF VlROIMIA, )
AlUfY or m jA'-iKM, V
Biomt'iND, Vs., April IS, 1*06. )
Provost Marshals will grant no passes to O tixoon from
the tforth or to olBcors to ooms to this city, ezcopt on
orders from tho President, tho Secretary of War, Lioutem*qt
Oenoral Grant, or tho Department Commander.
Officers and soldiers sow In tho olty will return to thlr
respective oommands at once, or bo sutyoet to arrest and
confinement.
f' The Provost Marshal General Is charged with tho oxe
: oution of this ordor.
? By oomrannri of M^Jor Oenoral OBD.
P R W. Smith, AmiRtant Adjutant Ueneral.
[ The Whig wye Major General Godfrey Weltxel, com
( maudlng the Twenty-fourth ariny corps and commander
tflof the forces oocunytng Richmond, ha? been relieved
|T from his o?mioand and assigned to Petersburg and vl
IJ c-lully. Major General E. O. C. Old, command ng the ,
N Array of tao Jam us, assumes oommand of this deparu
Im meat.
'a The report that General R R. I-ee arrived In this city
fjon Wednesday evening wai incorrect. The statement .
3 i? ikat flnnoral flnaMa T.a? Kb/I rair.hMl i
'i the cKy on a visit to hi* mother, Mrs. K. E. Loa Oust is
3Lee Is a prisoner In th* hand* of Die Un on army, ud,
jbsiug at City Point, was kindly permitted to come to the
|uty to soe his mother, who was reported to be In UI
j health.
1 The whereabout* of General Robert R. T ee I* not
J known here?at least not outsldo of official circle*. lie
| is dally expected at Richmond. ?
CASUALTIES.
, Casualties In tho Fifth Corps, March 31.
REC.OND DIVISION.
Brev Brig Gen A W Den Hon, com'K 2d brlgad*, 2d dl
vision, 6th army corps, thigh, flesh: < ol W Ilium Sargent,
j 210th 1'euii, hip, (lorih: Capt C< Scliimruo!, L, 16th N Y
! Arty, Bide, flesh; Capt (J Yuiirgk, K, litli N Y Arty, hip,
coutnsion; Capt A T Klnn y, F, 210>ti I'enn. nock, severe;
Cap) J N Hughes, I). '2i0i.li I'enu, tilde, nesh; First
Lieut E J D/ivh, C, 140th N Y, b<<ck and arm,llo^h; First
Lieut Geo Ntuscheller, I, 15th N Y Arty, leg, flnah; First
| I .lout H Flschback, A, ISth N Y Arty, thigh, flesh; First
i Lieut M tohlcssln*?r, 210tli Penn, abdomen, p ntg, r i|
vore; Second Lieut and A<y H Ifunchen, I, 16th N Y
i Artv arm; Second Lieut B Stoblz, A, 16th X Y Afty, fore
arni; Lieut M I,owonstein, D. 16th N Y Arty, thigh, fracture;
Thomas Jones, B, 6th N Y, right hand; Corp! J A
Sheridan, B, 6th N Y, shoulder; 8ergt Luke I/>gua, D,
!?5th N Y, rifcbt leg; Ser.t J B Martindale, I. 6th N Y,
thorax, pentg; J P Rlngland, O, 6th N Y, thigh, fl.-sh;
George Dexter. D, 5th N Y, external genitals; Sergt J A
Van Yleet, C, i th \ Y, ri.;ht hand; Asa Burrows, A, 6th
N Y, hip; P Murphy, C, 5th N Y, thl,h; P Dolanoy, 1,
6th N Y, face; Corpl U Nordhaus, D, 6th N Y, leg; 8ergt
J am os Da>y, i>, 6th N Y, leg and foot; Sergt John R|
Bobbins, H. 6th N Y, thumb fractured, amputated. (This
man was formerly employed In too tl juld office.) Pat
Bonnelly, H 6th N Y, scalp; A Ryharp, D. 6th N Y, leg;
Jam a Trac ;, B, 6th N Y, th gh; Henry Marl, O, 6th N
Y, knee- William Browu, B, 5th N Y.h ad, severely; J H
Smith, K, 5th N Y, lingers; Jno R Brown, H, 6th N Y,
j thorax, severely; Corp Adam Wagner, C. 6lh N Y, abdo
fljunu, nvuvlv I JwaM Mel.v, II, 6th NY, foot, Joseph
|Meyer, U, 140th N Y thigh; C R KU s, , 140th N Y,
larm; Timothy F.trrell, A, 140th N Y, hip; Corp George
3 Meyer. B. 140th NY, *ho 'lder; Fred Swiss, B. 140th NY,
3face, Hubbard Beach, F, 116th N Y, tho ai; J S Russell,
Tii. 140th N Y. ahouldor, contusion; K H S ?, E, 14<kh N
E3 Y', abdomen j Jm Doinpster, II, 14f>th H Y, forearm;
EaSurgtTIioiiiM Wheeler, A, 140th N Y, loft hand; Nelaon
HTbreshnr, H, 148ili N Y, abdomen; contualon; D llcCor9mlelr.
C, 146th N Y, thigh: U 0 Overton, C. 140th N T,
J leg; E-. ehlrmer, K, 140th N Y, ahonldar; W H Hineh, A,
9140th N Y, thigh; O Lall-n I, 144th N Y, forearm;
Jf'orp Wm John; ton, D, 148tli N Y, thleh; Jo* Corngan,
3 A, 140th N Y, faoo C Hickman, K, 144th N Y, arm;
Corp Thorn** Coon, H, 140th N Y, I-**; Henry Shaner, F.
4149th N Y, ha' k, conltialon; Jerry Sheahan, A, 146th N
SY, foot, fracture jtkirp J A left, I, 140th N Y, foot; A
fh'wobrough, II, Uttth N Y, alio Ider; Corporal
I a P 8ha\v, K, 144th N Y. linger*: Orp S R Own,
MH, 146th N Y, h p; Klulip Smith, 140th N Y (Col. Ueaser,
jjf'irat brigade), shoulder; A Anderson, 1,15th N Y artllle9rf,
forearm Y A ' oitU, I, 16th N I artillery, thigh; K
5 Waldecke, If, llili N Y artillery, forearm t'raotura; Jacob
aSrhonndorf, (I, 16th N Y artillery, forearm, flesb; Lao3|k)!i1
Koti, A, 15th N Y artillery, leg; Oeorge Miller A,
{115th N Y artillery, foot; John lloa, K, 15th N Y artllle
Iry, fane, fractured; John Kfoiling, C. lith N Y artillery,
31'.ireflnger; Oeor;. e Kuls r, C, 15th N Y artillery, ahdo\
n.i-n, or tuition , C Ma wen. i, H. lbth N Y artillery, thigh;
H I'etor Frank, K, l.'th N Y artillery, lilp; Corp C. Bert .n,
;r tl, 15(h N Y arillleiy, tli gli; U>rp A Hiret, 1>. 15th N Y
{artillery, thigh; * Cameron, B, 10th NY artillery,
fjleg; H'-rgt Goo .-'hltier, I, 15th N Y artillery, hIioiiI,iVr;
K Sulos, t; lfti'i N Y artillery, arm; orp lwm Mil
a lor, O, 161U N Yartillery, n c*; I. Eckel, K. 15th N Y ar
; tillery, hip; tV/Tp Aug Kl h Loder, U. 15lh N Y artillery.
5 leg; Coi p John IVan. B, 15th NY artillery, leg; M
,jMen* rllz. (I, n h N Y artillery, leg; Johu Itaui-r,
j II, I6il> N Y art.11 ry, furc.irui, C'>r?> K I .finder, D, lftih
';?NY Brlilliiry, leg; K McO uuli, I), lMh N Y ar
tillery, leg, Cliaa I'lloger, B, I6tli N V artillery,
ift'aco; Henry II ble. II. loth N Y artriery, ahoul.
(I r; II. iiry Maah*l, 0, 15th N Y a. tiili y, thigh;
Si''mil Kr.iafi, K, Ifttii N Y arlt'lory. b ick; Ernst
|3 WuDileid, K, lfith N Y ar'lll.-ry, buck, aeveroly;
j.J.iiiii Neuiminn, K, 15th N V ?ri, leg, A De Foreat,
ri I?, 15th N Y, leg fractured; K rgt Vv'ii iaui Vonoa, O, 16lh
i^N Y, leg; William llnmiil l. K, 15 U N Y, leg an l foot; i
5!sergt A dtahlw lii.itdt, II, 15th ,>( Y, kneaJoint; Ge?jrg?
; J Si ro.le, r, 16th N Y, nliiioineti i? i.eiraled (dojil); Corpl
^Kidk ilir.lt, K, 10th N Y, kuoc; %i . I'.aSch > or, I*, 15th
N Y, Oi.gi'ra; Morns Solinger I., 15'h N Y, linger*; U !
",;(lrt>etier, (J, Iftth N Y. aenlp; llaury Je iia, 11, loth N Y, I
"^hipn; Nelnon 1'reer, E 15th N Y, aho' Ider; A (!r? lit, C, I
115th N Y, acnlp; Wllllnin Ch<?tLer, I., 15th N Y, hand;
Henry lltirkliardt, 11, 16(h N Y, diHlocation of ahoulder;
('Inis lau Schtil*. B, 15th N V, thorai (dead); Scrgt
U K War liter, K, lat Md Vnla, .high; lieorge Unburn, K,
1st Md Vol*, a de ooiitiminii, Vola, aide; Hi oit j
H KMeikirm, <', 1st ...d Vola, thigh; John Law
renoe, 11, lat Md Vols, llngara; Jolwi Kone, (1, 1st
Md Vols, thigh; Wm Allison, I, lal kid Vola, fae; torpl5
U I. M Her, It, lit Md Vola, ltiorai;J lloaniian, II, lat Mdl
3 Vola, leg frnrtnred; < orpl II V il ??d, k, 4th Mil, tulgh,P
J E It M' tlomtiiirs, H, 7th Md, .inn, frn. lured, J H I.anoy, |
JA, Ttli Md, foreei in, lle^li Jeswi Ilyder, B, 7th ?.<l, j
S tuot llesb , John II l.inion, k, 7lh Md lilp, lonluaion, (
ITw Ihide, II, 7th Md, lace ll-ah . U 1? Hiaer, 0, 7th 114,
i fiica. (loan; Corp Erank Ulnes, I), 7ih Md, flngera; .Hergi
BJ w Jonoi, II, 7tii Md. thigh, llesli; Jno D Itoir, E, 7th
Md, knee Joint, J 8 Mofle.i, (i, 7lh Md, liip, tiivth. M'm
JtimiuiB, II. 7lti lid, hand fiatur d: J Mioofer, A, Ti.li
Md, hip. ilcrli; S stevetiMiii. H, 4th f>el, arm, conluaton,
JoM<ph Knigiit, 11, 7111 Md, leg, llesh, M Sycahie, 11, 7th
H Md, leg, lleah .Im oh llnelit, B, 7th .\ld, th gli iractured;
tiJ nunw II, I. *th Md, arm, dealt, Corp ll Vorcher, A,
Kl Htii Mil, foot nenli - Kergt It H Joxeph, l>, 3d Del, haud;
KU.'iirjr Brown, r, M Uel, I III L>, Jamea Urndy, A,
H.H.I Del, R Dim per, A. lid Del, aho .Ider, flesh,
fij Weitman, V, 3d Del, fool Irarturnd;
yThomaa Eltr.g raid, f. 4th Del, torearm: Corpl C M Tail
fj K, 4th Del, HCalp: W H Ore nwalt, K. 4th Del ncalp;
I" i?w. ii.n a nk iini r> i. n it p..?.ii a ail. il,i
intck: Aud/ Itewrr, K, Atli Do I, thigh. J a men Whlpi jr, I
A, 4th Oal. tlngli; Cliarlaa 8w <1e, Y, 4tli Del, I f; Jameal
1*. HlUer, I, 4i ! Ih-I, tlilgh; J<>?M (loud I). 4th Del. I of, I
fleah. Hergt MaJ K U Buckingham. 4th 0*1, lag. ""ah I"
J no Rolifru. (', 4th IM. thigh, 8orgt C M Bnrkmaater,
H, 4lh 1 >ol. iilpa; B 0 Thomaa, (>, 4th Bel, forearm, Tlioa
H W Qrlfflili*, B, 167th Pa, left fool; Corporal
JnniM Kenlor, 0, ItTih Pa, thigh ;0 I'errjr, 0, faith
Pa, hand, .Inn H Richie It, 167th Pa, face, Oorpl I) H
K'pue, B, 167th Pa, thigh; William H Brown, U, IWHh
Pa, arm, fli-nh; J U Bplcer, H, I91at Pa, (lager;
Ale* Young H. lOlat Pa, ahouMer: Mar* Lewla, ID! <t
Pa, artat; riiaii Wllaon, B, IDlal Pa, brad; Corf L 0
I, 1PM Pa, arm; Thomaa Haley, D, ll?lat P?,
head: S?-gl KJ Hill, K, IVlat I'a, thigh- J D llanbert,
I, Ittlat l a, thigh, Corp W P Outelliia, f, lviat Pil hip,
8ervt rtaimi'l D Cuworth. I, SlOtlj Pa, alda, A H llirr,
K, 210lh I'a *i'p; Corp A Bowarthoa, K, 210th Pa, th jll;
Corp J r Hiplny, K, 210.b I'a, Angora: Pmer
8 gler. C, 210tn Pa, ahoulUtr, 8*ml V'llno>\ 0, 210th
Pa, thlKh: U J I.udwlg, I). 210th Pa, thigh; Johu
Br.ak?r, li, 210ih Pa, Corp V/m TVople b,
210th I'a, Ire; B K Boatw**, ?, 4l0th Pa. hack; Ailaro
Kr. jr, I, 2101D Pa. arm; Win Balnbrldga, K, 210th Pa, ocalp;
K (-harp, O, 210th Pa, aid*, ootituatonj i I) Wllhama,
I), 210th Pa. loot, fleet., N T Allen, P, 210th Pa, liip,
fleah; P W Krel*. E, 2'iUb Pa, fnroarm, fl'wh;
8 rgt Q 1. Kramer, 1>, 210'h Pa, fa e, I uctur*; C 8plll
ner, K, 2IO h Pa, thUih.fle h, lleury V Hare, K, 2IOlh
Pa, arm, 11 ah: Anioa r 8a ?; , O, 2l<NK Pa, aoalp,
eeveraljr; Daniel Y ala, I, tlOlh Pit, aide an.' arm, fleab,
J'*i<ph Kelt or, 11, 2i0th I'a, th gh, -, W H
> lark, K, 210th In, neck lle^b, Oifp Hoi.t, I'ray hip,
K, 210th Pa, forearm, flaah: ?Jtx-.l?U IJmltaUi, H, iltl'.h
l a, a* alp, severely: torp J 0 StaJey, J?, 2l0l.li Pa,
alxloineu; John KarW, V, Kluilt i'a, ahouldr, neah;
Willi* };tclia??la,F, 21('tli I'a, In. ( Ik-alt; Jatnea freeman, (
C, 2Mth l'a, lex. Irm tfli-e; ergt Kniuuel I'ark, K, 1410th |
I'a, ai in and utiiv, 1ra>turv, 1! Kyer, l?. 210th Pa,1
Inp, lleali; l!nw Tt.,e K, 2lfltU I'a, thigh, fmo
ltir?<l; U 8 M/Otrar, L, 2l0tli t^a, haok, contu?J"U:i
Corporal 0 Firman. T, AOCfc Ha, leg,
ron-oral R R Pott, a. tlOth Pa. thorax, dead;
W H J-'iiner.o, StOlirt Pa, am; Hoary Sims, L 201at Pa,
abdomen; Corp J L Good, H, thigh; Wm 0 Qlbbona, C,
301 ft Pa, abdomen; W/Crittenden, K, 20 tit Pa, arm; I
Potor Hughe?, B aoiat Pa, band; H W Strop*. B, 901at I
Pa. thigh: W H Martin, I, ttlat Pa, kg; E W Wall, A, 3
901 at Pa. log; Rebt Johnnon. B, 201 at Pa, bacV, aavf-rely; B
8erg C I RJlo<la, H, 110th Pa, arm: Geo Anthony. K, g
SlOth Pa, aMomea; J W Hall, B, 210th Pa, dead; 1
A J Dalton, C, tth Del, acalp; Jaruea Stewart, A. 8th I
Del, hand; V Moore, A, 8th Dol, haud, badly; 0 Open 3
aha*, C, Ith Dal, face.
mi tinora.
JOHaydon I.flatN Y, lag; B Angalo H, 7th Wig,
UM, Vma v umn?r. ?, dim i , iuau . n hi v uunij, i, y
1Mb M, thigh: Wm Conklln, f, Mb T-h?vy artl B
I err, hand; wB Jackson, A, llrtNT, face; Daniel
Dodga, D, 91?t If T. il dmnN: Lewia Jordan, A, Mtbn
NY, ehould-r: 0 M < oikr, R, lit Via, thigh: Conrad H
Netoan, F, 1st Ma, ra; Pat.DowlIng, H, 16th Mich,
thorax; Lancaster, A, 1st Ma. arm; Jf W Bartlett, A,
la} Malna, forearm.
ADDITIONAL LIST OF WOVNDSS IK THI FIFTH AEMY
coin, MARCH 91.
Sargt frank Stataou, M, 32d Maaa, abouVder; Da* Id
Glntber, A, ?lat Pa. foot; David Taylor, F, 33d Maaa, log:
J F Dwyer, D, 19>th N Y, faat; 8 0 Blggrna, F, 82d llaax,
leg; Henry Pritchard, A, 32d Ma?>, arm; Hiram Mc
Donald. K, 20th Malna, band ; Jno Brown, K, 30th Maine,
head; Pater Dupuy. C. Sid Maaa, hand J Q Allay, M,
83d Maaa, leg; Alvln fcmona, C, flat Pa, back; Carlo*
Rogara, t, 186th N Y, head; W H Cokura, ?, 20th Me,
hip; W McDonald, F, 180th N Y, back; Fred Pll-nar, F.
18Mb N Y, lag; Bergt Cbaa Yatas, F, 189th N
Y, concuaalon; Corp L H Church, B, 82d Maaa,
shoulder; Bergt H D Jamaa, B, 89d Maaa,
foot: John Noyea, B, 188th N Y, hand: K T Johnson,
O, 186th N Y, towel*; Jno Oronlehnr, D, 32d Maaa, hand;
Jno Fan-la, L 3Sd Maaa, abonlder: Jno P Fori, D, 156th
Pa, arm: J H Goodrich, F, 18th Mich, tlilgli; F Wrlglit,
F, 20th Malna, head; Jno Pauley, O, 118th Pa, hand; Jah
H Crow 11, D, 189th N Y, hip; Henry Allren. A, 32d Maaa.
cheat; Sergt t E RucUer. F, 32d Maaa, arm and leg; J
Hlbbard, D, 189th N Y, leg; Horace Loraon, B, 32d Maaa,
arm; Lieut Joa Walker, D, 20th Maine, face; Joslah
Cloaa, Battery D, lat N Y, hand: Geo B I'lWe, Battery D.
let NY, arm; Solomon E Krailce, Battery H, lat NY,
leg: Peter Brlnan. Battery H, 1st N Y lei;; E E Dal)
cocic, Bat ory H, abdomen. mortal; Corpl Win Klrkwood,
Battorlia D and G, 6th U B, mortal.
List ofCanualtltiln the Sixth Corps In thi
Conflict of April 1, fROS, :
Wm J D 'novan, 1, 110th Ohio, swlp; Lewis Tredo, H, K
108th NY, band: Corp Cornelia* Giltwn, A. 14th N J f
left foot; Mloh Hall, F, H7tli I'a, loft arm; Ooo W (>or-h "{
I y, I, ll'h N J, right shoulder; Samuel swlger, D, 07t1 > |
Pa, left shoulder: Jno Dcldea, B, 9th N Y, right (luff, i ?
HoraceT Smith, G, 10th Vt, left loir, llosh wo'iiid; First ,r
Sergt Clias ri ra'.vford, I, 126t.li Oliio, rlvtht thigh; Fur ?
naudo Smith, D, lOflili N Y, back, flesh; K*chard CnMn. t
! K, 14th K J, left hand; Jacob Klmen-an, B, BTii-7
I'a, left eye: Wm Bryson, E, 87th I'a f
; mouth; John Rnlll, C, lith N J, left foot f
i ? orp Hill S Albright, B, llOt'i Ohio, left arm; Capt \\ i.ib
j Shellborger, A, llCt'i Ohio, left lmnd; A J C-imbell, I, f
VJOUi Ohio, finger; Mitr.av H Miller, 0, Ptb N Y, i*fi C
' thigh; Corp Alex A Cira ton, D, 126th Ohio, cbiu; Isua'-r
i 11 Kho maker, F, 9th N V, hum!; Rer t Jno A Dufbsrd, 1 ^
126th Olilo, loft hand; Lewin A Lybolt, M, 9th N Y, arm. r
; Lew s Chur h, A, t? H'Y, 1 g: Corp J.ts Grary, B, Ctli K
I Md, letknec- ( H fiir.nfield, F, Wtli N Y, arm; Divide
f Potts, K, 6th Md, left leg; < orp Chris Castle, I, l-'Wlh Pt I
I biiwc!..; 8 H Lociy, K, 9th N Y, head; Kit M Qui ruby. K ?
i 10th Vt, right hand; Corp Kb t Hauter, F, llOtli Ohi>'
left arm; Jasou Ui.d1 uliill, H, Oth N Y. right 6hot>ldcr: f,
; George Rudolph. U, 87th Fa, rightl?'; Hergl Fred Kusr<, k
| it, HOth Oliio, right arm; ?Via Ciuj ton, F, 14tb N J. left I
t hand; i-orgt fed Fitzgerald, O, 10th \t, rightahoufder;I
" H Myora, <f, HOih Ohio, s alp, com aioii; Sergt Kilifi
I Pearson, 0, 110th Ohio, right arm; C'lln W Goodalo, 0,1
i 10th Vt, right hip; Corpl Jno 0.->born, F, 6th Md, lert t>
hde; Henry Luke, k, lith N J, left band; Jan \V Hay.g
F, 9th NY, left Hide; Corpl Saml I Hindis, O, 87th Pa. G
hand; KMC Duvisoa, K, Gih lid, arm anill
hip; Biahop C Guilder, E, 10th Vt, arini
John A Kinwle. B, 12th S C, left knee I
A J Wilkins, K, 0th i:d, leg; Jan Hunter, F, band; Jeasi'
Ji ISaldw n, K, tfth Md, bend; Limit Thos H Golilsboro. K,
* Ctli Md, lett arm; P S Konltiiua, F,JO0tiiNY; F Canfield,
H, 109ib N Y, brad; Stephen B K Call. K, 9 b NY,
right leg; S N Adams, D, 111th Ohio, left knoe and
i r ght foot. JasW Quiu, B, 138th Pa, left leg; Andr w
f Paul, O, 67th Pa, left elbow: P Wilson, C, llOlh Ohio,
! foot; Jaa Bmssiit, E. 9th N Y, tlrgh; Corp Cbm St rat
i: ton, E, 106: h NY. liarid; Capt Tims (Joker, A, 6th Md,
aright knee; Vtu C Lake, F, 14th N J, hand; Tl.og lias
sett, E, 9<n N Y, loft leg; A H< iacl^rave, E, luoth N
Y, right hand: Isaac M Crosbjr, V. 9tli NY, left log;
Corp Eb'n I^iscell, A, 10th Vt, right thigh; Corp David
M Kodtfar. K, 10th Vt, left elbow; Corp W H Matganjr,
E, 10th Vt. hip; AdJ A Brown, 9th N Y, right arm;
Lioi.t W T Peck, Norfolk L art, left leg; Sergt N Gill,
A, 6th Md, leg; Corp A Ormbey. I, 10th Vt; D Hildc
brand, K. 14tb N J, nock; Hiram t'runi, (!, Oth N Y,
contusion; S?ri;t H WIIkoii. F, 100th N Y, back: Corp
Jaa Dennla, 126th Ohio, I ft thigh; S.-rgt J S Davis, 151st
N Y, l?n thigh: \V Phelps, 106th N Y, arm; J Hogan, F,
10th Vt, If; Sergt C H Whitman, I, 10th Vt. leg;
M I Ionian, M, %th N Y, pelvis; E J Benton, M, 9th N Y,
leg; Corp CCartright, A, aim; E J Dickenson, A, 110th
Ohio, linger; R Teunant, B, 100th NY. ba:id; Lieut
Thus Dull, 6th Md., pel\ I.i; J Qtiinn, G, 17th N Y, leg;
Capt Jaa Hebner, A, 188th Pa., right tbigh; Corp J Call
3sou, <1, 9th N Y, right thigh; < J < oal, A, loth Vt; C
JCrooks, 87th Pa, cyej G Daylar, ft, 100th N Y, left too,
i. ttiLsu. it. tuwii ix x, mil tmgn; uorp hi nuimura,
C, 10th VI, 1 ft tiiltfb; O Utile, C, llMth N Y,
right thigh; Henry F.vor-l, F., 14th N J, right thigh;
Corp ?Iium 11 Starkey D, ltfStii I'a, right anVle; R I'
Hammond, E, 110th Olilo, loft artn; Phil p Kaufman,
E, 110th Ohio, right bond; Walker stark, C, lt'-<l Ohio,
rinht ankle; Rich. Flshor, 0. 87th Pa, heel; C Me.Muud,
I, Oth N Y, left shoulder; Ja* K iev. D, loth Vt, right
hip; Corp Ed O'Flaherty, I, 0th N Y, rltfbt knee; Ci>rp
8 Oarthwav, C, 14th H J, right breast; Corp CM Espy,
A,410lh*0hio. loft la.;; D Iladdle, 0, 87th Pa, right hand;
A J Fink, K, 10th Vt, left arm; D M Jl'.Uon.
0, 10th Vt. head; F Ferdinand, C, 6lh Md,
right loot; H C Reese, O. 28th N C, left shoulder;
John Dallny. 0, lOflth N -Y. head; Corporal W 0 irop'n,!
K, 4th Md, l"fi stiouldor; Corporal Ceo W Fr.*?, G, lO'.n
Vt.,righ. *nki?; Idem I. H filgelow, F, Oth N Y, riglit
hip, liiuejr Wood, F, 26th N <', head; J II Ptrlog.ie!u.
E, 18th N C, left ankle; Chan E Jonos.F, Olti 'J V, l.ioe:
bruiiie; 8ergt C H Tllden, F, lOdth N Y, rlglit tool, Cor
poral LCSant. G, Oth N Y, thigh; John W lienel, A, Olli
N Y, hip; J W warren ton, C, 110thUbio, kn o; Geo Helmau,
I>, 1381 h Pa, foot; Corporal Win It Moore F, Otb
Md, thigh ; Corporal Gilbert Diiell, H, Otb N Y,
breast; Corporal A Powell. E, 106th N Y, wrist;
Corporal George A Luckier, H, 10th Vt, back;
J W Grubs, F, 87th IX right aide; R I.uddlok, E, Otb
N Y, h?:.d; C A lM?llinger, C, Oth N Y, knee; J Murr)'.
1. Otb N Y, 8 alp: H C Uofda, C, 2d NO, ankle; ET
Wuldeii, II, 10th Vt. bead' Hw|t (i?o W Omfl; E. l.TStii
Pa, mile; Corp C 8 Jones, D litli N J, bead; .1 J Wallace,
I, Otb N Y, hip: 11 Von vlake, C, Olh N Y, hlimildtr mid
breast' l.t A illtti nhouue. V, Oh Md, knee; J II Murrlt,
K, 100th N Y, kntxi; M tt Wult taker, 0, 100th NY,
breast; Sergt J Grove, F, Uth' N J, arm;
Coip W Davis, F, Otli N Y, side; J Philip-", (J, 1001 li N Y.
foot; A 8 Mr onkl-, thigh; t: A Si .v r, D, 10th Vt,
aido, F U Kelt, II, lOflih N Y, log: A.I 8bowors, R, lOtUi
j S Y, leg; \V 8 Urog'lin, C, 11th N groin. Major C K
Premiss, (Hh Md, breast; U li F x-i C, 8i'i Mil,
hand; Ueut 8 W Angel, C, Otb Md, nip; A<|jt J It
Heed, lOili Vt, fool; \V II Ki?;j, A, 8/lh Pii, thigh; wj
Hunter, (1, llGill N Y, side; (J Woodward, C, 10th
Vt. thigti Mid arm; K Pack ird, F, lOlii Pa. f<n>t; II
I.o,<an. I, 10th V' le/?, W drove, G, 87'b Vt, thl|;h;
' orp K Tultle, (J, lOtb Vt, kne" and foot; 8?-rgt J Strelt!.*.
E, 161*1 N Y, shoulder; Lliaf K llau, I, ilO'li Ohio, leg
(1 W Koplin^er, I, K7ih IV .1; M- ut 8 I Hill, A, Htl.
N J, hip; II ISolden, F, llbth N V, lilp; W II ; idlers, (I,
12-id N Y, tlngor;? orp Thos Hi??Ken.., H, li2d Ohio, foot;
Corp F R Macsl*, 11, loth Vt, a. -t ni' u; Strj;t W M <iut!i
rie, F, Otb N V, side; 8ergt J F Kifee, K. 871b Pa, a'wlo
men; J Kelley, C 10?Ib N Y, tlibb; M l> <V.a
naugh, F, 10th \t, gr?'in , Vf 8 Kewer, O, 87ili
Pa, leg; Llout 8 W K ;iwy, D, 87lh Pa, d|.-d.
ergt J II Clark, A, 10th V't shoulder; J M Vanderborn
K, lOOih N Y, nr In, J8n ok-, B, 87!h I*a, hip; A Or gg,
. outb Carolina, betid; 8 C iVrV.?r, O, 10th Vt. hack; .1
("liter, 1>, 1 lOtit t'lii-i, tbti.h; J M Bsuan, A, lltli N t",
orj.'tJMouebuiidle, A.82 I Ohio leg; W IU .V 87th Pk,
wrist ; O MoKeon, U, Uth N Y, t'> gh: Geo Taylor, K.
loot 11 N Y, tl'ieh; II McCardoH, K, Jflth N V sido, H
Whiting, G, I Otb Vt, ttilgh; 8*.gt W Braiibui,', F,
11th N C, one Wstlcle; l.iout tbas Gill, II, lAlxta
|Ji Y, nei:k, K lit'i'jamiiie, r, 110'Q H T, he id.
I CaptT K H'inch, B, *7tb Pn, leg; J Tobur*, F, lOCth N
3 Y, hand: C Jornlan, K, 30th N 0. Lilp; U Porter, tf, Oth
IN V, nbdanwti; Corp 0 Dyan, C 10th VLhiod; ti -rirt M
3 Hardee, B, Idth Vt, knoe; H Hunt, I, K7ib Pa, haul; 1
| Avery, C, loth Vl, h p; -*rkt K H Hall. I>, lM?t N V,
5|hip; (1 lialatrad. C, 14th N J. thigh: J Bark*. A, bead,
and I> l<ni ?m B, ttth N V, haud; K Perry, O, lOflih N Y
arm: J M liar. C. 9ih N Y, Urn*; H lOib Vt, hand,
\V Jaokann, I), lOttth N V, hip; M M >ite, B, UOth Ohio,
law; J II Hcaliarhorno, A. 100th N Y, ungh J McCm
hlnkm, P, 9lh N Y. brftaKt; RO WelwW, H, 'J?th N Y,
lireuM, C lublt.C, 100th N Y, bond; H Nhartler, l(, hTlh
Pa, aide; D C Keelan, K, 0th N Y, died: C Bart?, K,
07th Pa, breaat and leg; J Boyanton, P, 9th N Y,
through the body, \Y Uoinlden, 0, 100th N Y, thigh, I,
Poglor, H, 0th Md, back ; W W?lkl?y, I), lgl^t
NY, lerf; J W Carte fhi? and lag; Corp A fl ada . j
(burg, n, 0th Md, leg, M J Pmntiaa. A. 2d V.| ,re x>.) log J
L Poetar, P #lh N Y, died: C Wn-e, H, 10;h VI. h??d;.'P
Hhrtrwood, 0, lOlb Vl, hea?J, (J Davli, P, i?ih N Y, ho* I V
J 1. Plank, (I, 87th Pa, lag; John Jmini, I 151 l N V, j
ll?; Oorp W F Odehlmer C, 161t*t N V af/mlder; 8< 1, I
I. 8 Itraua. D, 07th Pa, Iblgli; Andy Paul, 1, 10?th N v
arm: J B Ilunltl, K. 114Mli Ohio, knno, Corp 0 Jylvanter
A, loth Vt, hard, ()api VT Haupt, H. S7th Pa. Wiiia* 'f
tlilgh; Corp C It Kan/on, C, Sd 1! I, b .ail, 8 rCuaean, P,
tifc N Y, b^ad.
Llat #f CaiaaltlM In (he Pint DItIbIoh,
lath Corpa, at Mallor'a Va.,
April 0, men.
Corp Sara Boleg, !( 4IHh Pennnylvt Ta, Jamaa P* II, I,
4Mb Prnuajrlvaala'l>' l> Cromwell, l\ Mh WlacoD-ttn .
Win lUvnor. P, 4lrta Ivnnap Ivapla, J W Ifojrer, A, 4Wl,?
I>nriByl v\n(a, J Jlupburn, I), 'id Uboda laland; Sergt
H P OMenberg, 0, 3d Rhode laland, Oorp E (liirtin. 4?th
I' tiiiay van la; 8 Anderenn, U, 6th WUwouiln, A Co s*.
A, 4tftn Pannaylvanla, Wm Smith, K, llr. t> Penujr'va.
nla, 11* W Mom y, 0, 82d Patiiutf'rania; Jia U Kddy,
C H'AI I'MinNylvanla; 4 Wlllla, O, 3d Hboda laiand Uain
ij Walker, O, 03d Pennsylvania: II P Blahop, C, S2d Fa.in
1 *yIvan'a; Capt I, Prenot, O, #2.1 Pi'iu^ylvania, Capt
I F Taylor, H, KM PeanaylvanU; C?pt A' H Kni/bt, B,
|02d PoiinayUanU; Capt A Iveaa. 0, Hid I'ennovikar.la; J
Jt>o r. 'g'nL A, 4?th rAonavlviinl*' l ?u( U i !' 'k,
jr., <>, 2i Rhode Inland, Limit f Hern.jnd, D,
Pennsylvania; l.lenl J WoKittnon, F. >lX I'anMyl
mma; Hargt Ja? Ofle, 1 'M KuixU UUmi; I> Mr.,naii.
A, 5Ui Wlnooni In; R kiullur, A, &tu Wl*< i.nt in, J
M (Jrler, 1, H9d Pennvrlranla; U K?m, J? Mh W#iM?n-ln;
Jolia Annon, T, 61). Wir'r>t.alo, John N>l?oi, H,
I ill. WiMMtnxin; I? W ' 'olfiimn, 11, fi.h Wl ewamn,
A Jrm-o*, r, fci-h Wi^cotwin; Henry I) Woni.-a, X,
5th Widow iu; M H 1'arann. K, ftlh W mln
A rinl)until, Mb #i?ci?iiiin; M Well*, 6't. '.M-'- .r In; J
I'et t?on,6il? Vxooii In; J. Hubjr, St'i Wn en n, ' W
Morcy, ife WI.?onii!*n, (wv A Kkrr, lit* U'lsrorvrtn;
M?igt <v*t 11 l^.r-iilnlt, fiUi WlHO"im r:, \V M h<' ir, 6t.li
rt'ii^nii'n; ! Kiio'.imm, Mn W Hoot, in; I? M ('mil n, lith
y CUMI, l il llnrney, 5'h V i cm ?., .T \ Ilr.nl.. ?, #t?.
/?K(w-?io; J tVoltswn, 5,ii WiswuMu. A C***br, ii u <VU
aoula j Sargt P CowW, 81th
Thoa J Partridge, 8Ttb Mara* huHeite, nortalj^^^^^^^^H
Hackett, 2d Kliode Island; Corp A P
Ialaad; Corp 0 O'Brtec, 2d Kl xle Island;
3d Rhode found; 6 Simmon*, 2d Kliode
Wiggins, 5lh Wlecomaia; Kd R.ibola*, 2d Ra?!e Inland.
Lienl J 8 Bradley, 8Tth Vmu huaeita, R CIlHow, 2a
Rhode Inland; Lieut Jam** McKay, 2d Rhtde la'audt
Corp Oliver Boolli 2d Rhode Inland; C A fay, 2d Oa
ne. tic: ll, Jaa A Wade, 14 Raode lala-.a, m'>rUily, W ^
7<anslng, Mk WlB"ona?; Jati Polo< nth Werwoeln, ?
Hard low, Mb Wlenoualn; Corp 0 Ci:i?>ferd, 4*ih PennjyW |
vania, severely; Thoa H CtlleU, bia* Peunnyh ania, reverely,
Jno Ball, 83d Pennsjrlraiia: H Reach, 82d Penc
-yl van la ; B MoHure, Md ft , John Fieh-r, 4Mb Pa;
C Da Haas. 49'h PennaylvsRh; Wm Baaion, 82d PenneyWanla-C
E Van AlMiaa. 6(k Wtaaansl*, fatal; J fpangler,
40th Pennsylvania; I Mortar, 8Tth Mammcbuheui)
ifv I-m-a BTtb Vaaaachuset*. C C Spell naa. 8Tib Hma
chusetta; Geo Shea, 121st M?vr York (sineed.ad) < apt
W Bremmir, 6th Wlacousla; John Murphy, 87th Uim
huaetta; K Rider, IN Peter Uormt ,
8'id Pennsylvania: Corporal A fl.on aa, S'id Pmr.'/W
vania; Thus H Michael, lid Fewj Ivania; John More?,
37th Massachusetts; M?,or Jm w Cronklte, Hl?t Ne#
Yorlr, l?g amputated; Lieutenant H A Ouahmau, 81th
Massachusetts; Jaa Toofaey, *lh Wlaoon"tn; T (i?,
6th Wisconsin, ferer; Jo .a fltaU-pa, 5th Wisconsin, severely;
Alex Hamilton, Uh Wisconsin; 8 Berry, 06th
Pennsv hanla, mortalIt ; V Petemio, 6th Wt*'onHtB;
Cor|>oral E Young, 110th P^nsylvanla; Sergt A L Podrich,
X118th Pennsylvania; 0 Mergtheter, 82J Penn-yW
van*; Corporal H 8 Pellon 3d Hhode Island; Jaa Clark.
2d Khode Island; Barney Ferr.-n, ?2d Penney I van's; 0
Fanchor, 6th Wlacousin; 0 W Munn, reh?l; Bnkar,
82d Pennsylvania; R R Mr, 110th P nnsylvani?| j
W M Anderson, O, 40th Pennsylvania; 8erg J J V-Hllama,
O, 110th Pennsylvania; By Goodman, T 6th W'?
consln; W Cornish, D, 6th Wisconsin; J L Dunbar, K,
" "Hi Ma.jiac.huseas , Corp Jno Bowie, JL 110th Penn.
sy I vania; W Shaw, O, 87th Pennsylvania -Jaa B Ouyly,
F, OTib Pennsylvania, mortally; J R Moore, 1>, litu^^H
Pennsylvania; O Ml.well, K, 82d Pennsylvania; P Kliioid^H
(rebel): Surg C W Freeman, B, 37th Ma&-achui?tto; Serj^^H
D V Millur, H, 37th Massachusetts; A Pulton. A. 37th
Massachusetts; 1) Conroy, D, 'id Rhode Island; Jns^H
Jordan, A, 110th i'enunj lvania; C Fok, L 2d Conneotl>^^H
cu.t; U Klmr. K, 82d Pennsylvania; Hy H S|>ii;ll er, A,^H
40th Pennsylvania; Corti Hy W Wise, 0, 82d l'oun?yl-^M
vania: I> \V low, E. 82d l'en'itjrl .una; Corp I. It Mi! r,^^|
I, 49th Pennsylvania; Berg Clias Fat/., 4'Hh IVniu>>l-^H
vunla; W Carter, H, 4'Jth Pei nnyvanla; Ser? Jno
?'iraw, K, K2<l Pennsyhunia; W datiyre, F, 40tb
B vania ; R Zeider, 82d Pennsylvania ;
J \V?U, II, 491h Pennsylvania; C M
l.ith Wisconsin; A McVadd- n, F, 6ih
? orp J Fitniiin;;, 2<1 Itln.d 1 I-dan.I; A
j vivania; S rgl Jol.n Mar.vlale, H2d !'e 11
uwmun, 82d Pennsylvania; Th<
j Jas H2<i
j Jul.as, H2il Pennsy . 'cCoy,
jOorp W H lleiid. 6ih*M'iscr>QBii,; io
Pennsylvania; O B'nta, 121 st Kerw
2(l^|
jSharp, ;<2il s Hxily,
10 Station, tts; F K 1
vania; SSW
jKlioilu !iv Suit1:, 82<l Penn
^ Mitfixell, 2ii it'i'ido Isiaii'l Corp J Leosard,
jcliu^etta; V Herman, 6>)i Wis oii.-.li; ! :
L neuucui, i-i'ij> j> i 'ult, oiiu . hmuuii mm;
'lli-uJens, 65th New York; G H Keyes, 5ih V.'iByerjFla^^M
.lob* Tfet*. r>, 2d Rhode Island; Jo'jr. Murray,
3 Rhode Island; E Calluin, F, 4..th Pennsylvania sJer ? <
? W Rusaell, K, 4s?t/i Pennsylvania; bcrgeaut John i>
i Icsple. K, 49:h Pennsylvania: L Evans, L, 49il
Eylvanla; Thus R Bayle, 1>, hid iVuasylveula; F C<<
j 6th wfeeduin; Jus t'agle,. I, S2d IVnn-yi. , I
i l' H'jtcr, K 82d !'<*& is/lvan-.s; T Tucker, F, 2d
: IhIhu>I ; rtor csi.t T. M Kay, J', 2d Rhode Island; M
g E, Ud Rhode Island;,'Orporal 8 11 iskrll, F, i.M fonuo^^H
I t)cut; M M Ctian, B, 95th fymgylvanla; J McEIroy, 0,
' 2d Rhode Inlniid, dead; Kd Rvun, D. 95th Mnnsylvaulh|
I .Samuel Wnterkel, B, 82d Pennsylvania; 1> Lowell, (1,
| 121s'. New York: F Fox, F, 95ih Pennsylvania; Corportj^H
1 U 3 Ott?y, F. 06th 1 pinisylvanm; F. Irons, K, 121st
! York; T Marshall, G, &th Wlsconsn; Corporal
| Tucker, 121ft Now York; G Btlrt, <J, Wth J*< it yh i'
John Kelloy, E, 40th Penusyh'anli'.; 9 UcOanii^^H
< G, 8'2d Pennsylvania; Charles P Connor, G,
| Pennsvlvanis; E Smart, A, fcid Ponnnyivanli^^M
| mortal; John McCanley, K, 82d PennsvlvatiU^^H
! Serjeant Joha R Cook. I?, ?'-!h Pennsylvania; \Y
5 roan, I), 95lh Pennsylvania; I) Murphy, 95th I'enn
2 vanla, mortally; Jolm Fetter, K, S2d Penusylvuula;
j H JuekMin, 0, 87tb Massachusetts; II C Clark, I), 57"Y ]
Ita-ifcacliusetts; L U Hart, E, 2d Rhndo Island: Jol:i
V Bnrke, A, 2d Rhode Island; A Bmckman, B, 8?d Penn- I
Tsvlvana, James Hyde, F, 2d Connecticut; J Roberts, 1.
Q 12181 New York; Charles Young, F, 121st New York ; a
Sw Mills, A. 9f?th Pennsyl* ama; louls Nichols, F, 1214
Hn York; W Owen, L 121.-1 Kw Vork; Chftri< s H Dua
Slln, E, 2d Rhode Island; P P-'teraaB, H, 6tli Wi><!ririsia|^ |
iLHltllor, K, 49th FtUMrlviBl: Corporal 1. ROMObCI
hK, 82,t Penn-yhania; {Sergeant A M Warner, E, itfti^H
S MaawtchuscU..; C Grlswold, F, 2d Connect cut Corporal^H
? J J Eldrett, O, 121st New York; Corporal W H Suydri^^B
P| F, 49th PenitKylvaiiia; C H (iee, F, 6l.li Wisconsin; C w^H
Juruwn, D, '2d Jthodo Island; Lieutenant F S llallidey^H
j'M Rhode klaud; C IKipny, It, 82d PonnsylvanU^H
VSnrgt J Lantsr, A, llllth Pennsylvania; Capt W B Sailta^H
fl A, 37th llassa. husett3; F Ord, F, 6th Wlseo' de , G
BUoulman, I), 6tl< :n: J Marsell, G. 119th Peon^|
Isylvanla; J A Wort.?, K", 82(1 Pennsylvania; C rp R^^H
Miller, E, 82d 1 nnsylvauia; J H Cross, E, 4:< h I im^yl^H
"aula; Ser^t Joiia L Lu sinan, A, 89'* ?'i iiiisylvaula;
M Bur.I, G, 37111 Ma^-ochusettJ; J i.i Oornilck, C,
MiwKachcaetts ; f?rgt I' El-worth, K, 37th u?c.sach^^H
setts-Sergt J Putuy, U, 6th Wisounsln; F Or. duOM,
Sth Wise n..n
Dr. S. A. Iloltnnn, corps modlcol dlrer.lor, ft4 all of oi^^H
wo^ nded removed to City Point, via the l;k'L>..oii(i ar^^H
Uaiu'llle Railroad, from Burkes. il!o Juncii -n, a fe^^H
hours after t1>? battle. Capuln Geoi-ge E. W od, rhl^^H
anibulunce oltlcer of the corps, had chars-- o{' trciuot^^H
of the weundod, :.ii<l performed it with equal lulity ai^H
humanity.
Ijlat of OIKifra and th n Killed, Winndo^|
and Missing, In tlir Pint and ^onrll^|
Regiments, Nen Jersey Veteran Volna^l
??ra. Anvil It. IKA.1. .^1
a F<r t AV?.' Jenry.?Flrnt Lieutenant Lewis M TLomp^c^^H
f*C. ana, severely; Clisrle* Hill, A, killed in action;
Mills Erickson, A, klll?'<l la action; l)nnl?l Logan, A, b- a^^H
Hueverely, since died; Godfrey Osterdsy, A, arm, sllg'
Bc-orp John A. Peer, n, knee, sever ly; Corp Chas. Onio|H
|\ leg, severely: Henry Clark, B, head, severely; John /),' D.V
L B, wrist, slightly; Henty Emerson, B, foot, sllghtiy; Vn^H
, Bunting, B, leg, Biiglftly; Michael FiUlinonds, C, mlsHlr.M^H
f> iu action.
Q tburft Xetr J rs?y.?First lieutenant Wrn. 8. Ackle^^H
: 3K, killed In action; Klr.-.t Lieutenant Jolin J. Letch wortaj^M
Pi 1 >, bead, sliflniy; Corporal John O'Nell. A. killed iu
?j lion; 8'rgeuni Samu I l>. Appleby, I, Killed In acMcn^^B
5 John White, A, kti o, severely; James J. Jones, >>,
jl slightly; Thomas Kelly, B, shouldor, severely; Walief^H
Mljinnlf, B, ankle, severely; Ellas B. Helm, B. lega^H
I severely; Antony Hiltstien. B, shoulder. tlightlyJ^H
* Corporal William Hum I, B, band, slightly; JosepM^H
Katxenberg, B, side, sllgntly; Charles Logan, C, breart^H
severely, since died ; J Line- Bvv In, 0, slightly^^M
C John W. Donnolly, 1>, knee, *1 gbily; 8 rgt. Bray s^^H
jf Wilsey, E, shoulder, se.ereiy; James Graham K, l-k'S^H
r slightly; Edward Wei h, k, writ, (lightly; C *p. v iq9H
'a A. BuruotL (1, arm, cSiniitiy; Corp. Lewl? i.i nd"',
flwri-t, slightly; < orp. Christ .phor Hirr.y, P arn si
gver ly; I'et'r V'illiui'f, A, mis ;ltig; Robert Carsoe, A I
^ mi wing; John 11 in s, A, nils in. , John M. s, H, .l.'4 I
f\ir.g; Pntri'k flarv y, E, miming; James -Ibral , B J
[jj tiit. unK; Thrtmne .n.ck on, K, mis. ing; Ken rd 1 teg^H
* K, t:it sing; Charles Smith, K', missing; h- nry V..
H K, miming.
<11/ Intelligence. m
p Mutnsrt or Tar PoLYTacnmn A^icunos.?At till i
J lar convocation of the i'olytecbnlc Asars" allor: i f
<t Cooper Institute, Thursday even ng, after <yscu?a ng vail
3oitsscientific and Intri atnsultjc ts, Including SJiul'. s r?J
Ifculating machiue, stuem ingine* in i nure, ar.d t
if armament of our Inn tlads, liio u.pu. int in ler
Pj ev.erage was taken up and examine,!, ! "> r 1 gen.'H
D men of emluence speaking and bring ng for* art the'
M observations and thoorie<1iin^ln? upon the sy.si js i .4
Sinive?, itui alHo tipun some new and Improv s! plebllfl
r for accolnpl^hlug (lis thoroui h tiailtago an 1 : "wemc*
C"f large oitles. ^Uie pl|i? at pro?eiit used in Liio?.klye
IQwss tl.oroitghly ?*smlned, and the remarks of tbt^l
bs|i nkcra ill'.i -Haled by drawings ujxin Uiu black lioact^H
Bund spuuiinem on exhibition.
ij Vmtokt CatKansTioir ai Ghamvah Hohivl Ni. IT ?
3 very inte-. esting oxh bit ion In honor of onr 'ate vl' tor^^H
Ntook phica Thur^lay aftem.s?n at Grammar ?n,""d
17, sl:ua:cd n West Seveiiteentb sire- t, betv een
y and Mnth avenues, before eti? of the iaigc^t > oiiedieu^H
m ot spectator- ever gatheied togctli^r in thu building
ami Strl ;?-k floated from the top of tho achool Inning
wliiie In- do MM fo r IhMNd ??< Inm i? <! th
I wal!*, eell tigs, pill*; * nnd windo **. Inlart, lie natlonn
J color* ?'iirrn d every p.nt of the apaclom eilii.ee, m*sl ih
3 i;ffh ! produced by to* bountl til display of rod, "hlu
B mid blue ?** eitrcincly gratify inn lo Hie n|>ec tutor*
ilierr *i,i nearly throe tlion-"uzxi rhlldren nl tliln cclioot
| and lliey all miu'i* tli lr appeurunc" y? tordjiy attired H
U neat and becom og dreiiaeu The exorrtw* were moHt]
of a inuidCMi diameter, Cfinrtidlnir of perronnnnios on tli
I plnno ?nd a \ ni.c*ty of nolo*, djMs mid ohoruaea of a i<a
Ijtlona) ehiu.eter Tlie room* were ao crowds I tl:al It w?
^neil to lmt>o*?nb!e to rcniHin inside for over lialf nn hou
;ut a tuna, eicept t? anch 11* went earU at l procur I
Jci?mfortat?!i j.Iik ea Th principal ir'r it >r* we Joui
m IV Rob'naop, Mm* AmelU Kitmled, ill # M iry Mc'Jloe
(key and Mia* U.ien U'Leary. p
8 Patwotio D.ariur at Op*war rl uooi No. K?v
i? Grammar HcUool No. H, In (Iriad atiwt, neur WooMe%
? having be^n magnificently decorated In honor of ou?
rac'nt vlcuirlea, oat ThurMay morn'ng thrum
to the ln*ne?r.ion of the public, The name* of on tolling
penrrml*, fe?t< i?ed w th flag* and de tt'd wit.' ??ar%
udor.ied the wnlla. Th* room wi>* Homily liuog witk
j the national rolora. On all Hide* eub em* and Mrhea
l?e I'ing patrlotle inacrlpUiu*, met the nj , wl lie :he g* a
eral ellect ww brilliant and beautiful In the extreme
At eleven o m k the whole * * ?>l win oeaeiriM'si, nn4
several du"le, ?ol auU chorion-* In k?fl| >iig with the <xv
Retiiou were sung by the pupil* with aplrlUd elfrct. A
nuuinwr ui mi nil.inn mi st <M 111 srii"< h
.oift e-.' oi lli? wart, *rt? Id atten "<i. K
(Mr. RH?- hltflily romiillnrifiiUr) to Mr Fmlleld,
'*?') to ' & l??< hem m.d pti|i*.n of tl.e *< liool^H
*i>r?ili'i:.?rfcl by Win. I'. ItiiMH-ll, clmlrv>>Ui of tii'? 11' nitl^H
Mr Waller Adaiuo, ttclmol CoinmjMi him, md Mr. IIuIIjIm^H
< juk. Tb> ?'ioi? ?r?ir *um >.|hii>ui<-."a .ii.'i nil hIi<^H
V...U taaeJ It aeeraeU bUtily rir* TUix m a now ?{-; <.
bu, ting ?oil'* of lb* I'm* l lu .'? oily? an 1 the mcIiuu! i^H
iiftpl ;iy filling up The truiteor. btir r? ?untly ain>oli -<
M: G. B. Htmdi ifW ?o.i, IMe ;/iji-ipiO ol ill. Joliua acjaOOli^H
? on linportMl ponlilon X '
HaMnl? l)?mon?ir>ilnn. I
IXniyidiwI, R I, Apill 19, 1165.
Thert *u an lmr.?iu(f public M?w>.>lc deimruntfat
here ir i|?r. the mx'mh.od Ix-ing the Wranrt l.odge <mH
Borrow fur tu* df Alb of Hen lor Warden French.
Wahop H?*'/>*, of tt|? Method! t K|it?rnpiU (iunrfc,^B
.11 d on i'i* tjKl ult., at Mount I'Ich ml. lv?a. II*
n?nv yo*rVfcgo, a member of the y:.io (Jonferenc*, mi* 1
Mt<(|uently fe#dHunt odltor of the tV?*/.-rn CkrMtan Ailv* I
> U, ih a> editor of the Latiiv' H/j>o?ro y, and cIiom^^
In Is11 it j?.i Itlon which Lo *0">i *fur
jbouuul of falling Uaaith,

xml | txt