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WORK Of THE ALABAMA. Thursday, May 28.—-The brig Wm. H. Sedge, from Pernaiubuco on the 3d inst, has arrived here. Capt Potter of the ship Oneida, is a passen ger, and reports that the Oneida was destroy ed by the Alabama. From Capt. Potter we lesrn that the Oneida • was bound from Shanghai for New York, and was captured and destroyed by the Alabama on the 29th ult, in lat. 1 deg. 40 mm. south, long, 20 deg. west. At the same time he saw on fire the bark Henrietta, from Baltimore for Rio Janeiro, likewise the work of the Alabama. Capt Potter ascertained that a few days prior to his capture, the Alabama had, in com pany with tbe Florida, captured and destroy ed the following vessels: Ship Louisa Hatch, Capt. Grant from Car diff, for Singapore. Ship Nora, Capt. Adams, from Liverpool, Feb, 14. for Calcutta. Ship Charles Hill, Captain Percival, from Liverpool for Montevideo. Is addition to these, they had jointly cap tared and destroyed the following whalers: Bark Lafayette, of New Bedford, Captain Lewis. Brig Kate Cory, of Westpott, Captain Flan ders. Schooner King Fisher, of Fair Haven. Three of the ill-fated vessels are registered as follows: Ship Louisa Hatch, 853 tons burden, rated A Is, built at Rockland m 1855, where she was owned. Sbip Nora, 925 tons burden, rated Al, built And owned in Bangor in 1862. Ship Charles Hill, 690 tons burden, rated A 2, built and owned in Newbury port in From tne North. Richmond, June 7.—At the Vallandigham meeting in Newark, New Jersey, resolutions were adopted declaring it to be the duty of the people to demand of tbe Administration, at once and forever, to desist from such deeds of despotism and crime; that there ia reason to fear that it is the settled purpose of the Ad ministration to establish a despotism; and if the time should arrive when the rulers shall madly attempt to deprive the people of an ap peal to the ballot-box, their plain right and duty are to withdraw their .consent from such government and continued cheers.) A letter Was read from Gen. Porter in favor of free speech, and declaring that those of his & . me Snd blood will not fail to fight for it. _ A letter from Thomas H. Seymour, of Con necticut, in favor of peace, wan also read. The New York World publishes a speech. delivered in Phildelpbia, before the Demo cratic Association, by Senator Wall, of New Jersey, in which hedejlares in favor of a ces sation of hostilities. Of the three alterna tives, subjugation* annihilation and separa tion, he prefers the latter a thousand times. Movements ot the Federals. 'Richmond, June B.—Letters from Hamil ton's Crossing state that a brigade of Yan kees, with six pieces of cannon have crossed tbe Rappahannock, near Fredericksburg, and have taken a position on the site of the Ber pasd House. The movement is supposed to be a feint. Three transports and one gunboat went up the Mattapori river on Friday. Heavy firing has J»en heard in that direction, but the cause not ascertained. The Yankees have burnt several mills and houses in King William, and it ia reported -that they have carried off a number of ne croes. »» _ __ » +> ♦ ' — Important from Richmond. Richmond, June s.—President Davis has annulled and revoked the exequatur hitherto given George Moor, as BriMsh Consul in this city, in consequence of his assuming to act in behalf of the Government of her Britanic Majesty, on matters occurring in the State of Mississippi. He was requested to submit to the Secretary of State his Consular commis sion before further correspondence could be held with him as British Consul at the Port "of Richmond. Without acceding to this re quest he entered into a correspondence with the Secretary of War, thereby disregarding the legitimate authority of this Government. A copy of the letters patent revoking the ex equatur Will be published soon. FROM FREDERICKSBURG. *r* Special Dispatch. • Richmond. June $.— The Frederioksburg eorrespofldent of the Dispatch says, the Yan iicee skirmisher* advanced along the river road fSsterday afternoon, but were promptly driven back, when their artillery opened an ineffec tual fire, for about an hour. 's*he Yankees were crossing and recrossmg on their pontoon bridge during the day. Deserters say that twenty thousand men have left Stafford and that the rest of Hooker's army had moved away. The enemy have dug rifle pits from Deep Ron down to the lswer Bur nard House, but have made o© demonstrations on the right. Jjtfetbelievsd- they, will leave to-night.. (to_*-Joh-#to& Reported Advancing. " • MoniLß, June 4.—Gen. Johnston commenc * Of an advance from Canton towards Vicks buro', via Yatoo, on the 30th May. Hw army is in splendid condition and spirits buoyant. From Vicksburg. Mobilb, June 4.—Pemberton, in entrench, ments, has badly repulsed every assault of Grant. Johnston, with forty thousand men, has moved an the enemy. A great battle dsmst decide the question in a un less Grant tabes to his boats. Banks is badly ■^^^n^rasrm.■ , Reported Capture of Grlersen'w Command. ' Jackson, June 4.-It is reported that Grier . spn's command was captured at Wpodville by our forces. [This is tbe command which node the late successful raid through the State of Mississippi.] Nothing further from Vicksburg. "From Richmond. Richmond, June B.—No official advices have; been received from Vicksburg for several day!. It is understood that Mr. Vallandigham will proceed te a Southern port en route for Nassau. r ' '"*}"'. Rent of tbe Federals at Port Hudson. Jackson, June 1.-A gentleman direct from Clinton, La., states tbat the Federals assaultr ed Port Hudson, and after four days hard fighting, Gardner routed them at every point with great slaughter. f The negroes were put in front, and were shot down like dogs. On the last day Gardner slipped out a re giment of mounted infantry, who came charg ing through the Federal lines, whooping and yelling. The enemy stampeded, and were pursufd and slaughtered dreadfully. The cold steel was freely used. The enemy are at Baton Rouge, and the siege of Port Hudson has been raised. < Near Greenville five transports, containing reinforcements for Grant, were fired into by Ferguson's company of artillery, and nearly a hundred killed and wounded. The enemy subsequently landed and burn ed the town and several oountry residences. [second dispatch.] Pascagoula, June 2.--I learn from passen gers who arrived to-day that there has been a great battle at Port Hudson. t Gen. Sherman is wounded, and in a critical condition. Gen. Neil Dow badly wounded; Gens. Nichols, Averill and Payne killed, nnd between twenty and forty Colonels and Ma jors killed. One negro regiment of nine hundred, lost seven hundred. The negroes and men whose time was near out, were put in front. The Federals report that tbe black flag was raised on the negroes and their officers. The loss of officers was so great, tbat or ders have been issued for all officers on de tached duty to report immediately for duty at Port Hudson. The Military courts have adjourned until lt is reported in the city that the men re fused to make another assault, and that a Confederate success has been gained in the Teehe'country. Every available man is being sent from the Passengers from New Orleans confirm the news of the Yankee defeat at Port Hudson. Three steamboats, loaded with wounded Yan kees, arrived at New Orleans Saturday. Gen. Sherman had his leg amputated, and is since Tbe steamer Brown and several schooners i are expected to-day, loaded with exiles. [third dispatch.] Jackson, June 3.—lt is painfully dull hero to-day. There is not even a rumor from the front. The news of the battle at Port Hudson is corroborated by the latest accounts. A cou rier, however, from that place is momentarily ! expected with more definite accounts. All the sick have been ordered from this city. [fourth dispat.ch.] Port Hudson, at last accounts, was closely be>ieged. The news from that quarter is con flicting. There is, however, no doubt enter tained that we repulsed the enemy several times. It is believed that the accounts here tofore reported of the nffair are exaggerated. The Yanks have had a big scare. They abandoned the New Orleans and Jackson Railroad, burned the Manchac Bridge, de stroyed the fortifications they had erected, and threw their guns in the Pass. Kirby Smith may be the cause. » ♦ »—; jft_r We are indebted to the Editor of the Lynchburg Virginian for the following dis patch : liTNCDBURo, June 10th. Coale & Barr .-—Severe battle on the Rap pahannock yesterday. An official dispatch from General R. E. Lee says :—"The enemy crossed the Rappahannock this morning (9th) nt 5 o'clock, at various fords from Beverly to Kelley's, with a large force of cavalry, accom panied by artiUery and infantry. After a se vere contest, until 5 P. M., Gen. Stuart drove them across the river." Passengers to-night report our loss at three hundred killed and wounded, and six hun dred prisoners. Euemy's loss, prisoners four hundred. No estimate of their killed and wounded. Latest from tne North. Federal Defeat at Port Hudson Confirmed — Great Peace Movement in New York—Elec tion of peace Candidate for President Pre dicted. Richmond, June 9.—The New York Herald of tbe 6th has been received. The steamship Morning Star which left' New Orleans on the 29th, brings an account of the first day's fight at Port Hudson. The attack commenced on the 27th. The Herald's correspondent says it has been one of the bloodiest battles fought on tbis continent. The Federal assault was repulsed with great slaughter. A negro regiment which was put in the advance, lost six hundred out of nine hundred. Sherman lest a leg. The Federal loss will reach three thousand. An immense meeting of-the Peace Demo crats was held in New York on the 3d. The Herald says the meeting numbered over 20, --000; and that the New York Democracy, un der Fernando Wood, have declared en masse in favor of a vigorous prosecution of a peace armistice. A large fire was seen in Vicksburg. Cause unknown. Twelve rebels have been captured iv en deavoring to get into Vicksburg with a large quantity of percussion caps. • * - Several thousand copies of the Herald have been burnt at Aquia Creek, by order of Hook er, on account of a criticism of his general ' ship. The Herald says the Peace candidate for President will certainly be elected. Fernando Wood had a long interview with Lincoln oh the sth. __ -♦ ♦ ♦ : Latest from the North. i Richmond, June 9.—Northern dates of tbe i 7tli have been received. •-,,. A dispatch from Nashville of the Otb says, i "there was a fight i*t Franklin, Term., be • tween four brigades of rebels, commanded by Forrest, and our forces. Our forces held the rebels in check until all our stores were removed, -then reinforce ments coming up, we drove them beyond the town, taking 50 prisoners. • I Col. Faulkner was badly wounded." ♦ ' ♦ » » i Yankee Repotts from Tlcksburg. , The Storming of the Placfi Abandoned. Pemberton to be Starved into Submis sion. Shblbtvills, June B.~The|Cincinnati Com mercial of the 4th contains a special dispatch from Vicksburg, dated the 3lth May, which states that spades are trump* again. We are erecting works to protect out men, and are mining to blow-the face out ef two prominent forts, which are otherwise unapproachable. The idea of carrying the okce by storm has been abandoned. The safer and surer plan of starving Pemberton into submission is favor ed everywhere. From Tennessee. Shslbyvills; June B.—All quiet in front The Nashville Union of tbe 6th states that j a Rebel force, numbering 20,000, attaoked Franklin yesterday, and that there has been fighting all day. Result unknown. Burnside is constructingla railroad, as a military necessity, from Nionolsville to Dan ville. , . Reliable information has been received of the buppression of two papers at Nashville. EFrom Vicksburg. 2ERING ACCOUNTS QF THE SITUA TION. KsoN, June 6, via Mobile, June 9.—One Yankee gunboat has left ReeLrivsr, owing to lew Pemberton sent Word to Johnston that he eonld hold Vicksburg, and that Johnston must take time to organize and discipline his troops Second Dispatch. Jackson, June 6.—A scout just in from Vicks burg, reports that all is working well. The men are somewhat wearied from lying in the trenches, exposed to the sun, but are in good spirits.— They hailed Gen. Johnston's arrival with cheers, and say he will make all right. Grant is slowly advancing by building paral lels, which are within 400 yards of our outer | There has been no general assault for ten days There is plenty of ammunition and provisions in the town, and the soldiers and citizens are perfectly confident of the result. i Our loss in the series of assaults did not ex ceed 600. There was heavy firing of musketry and artil ery all day yesterday. Artillery firing has been heard to-day. Third Dispatch. Jackson, June 9.—A courier from Vicksburg reports cheeringly. Our men are fatigued, but in good spirits. Our loss is a little over 500, among them Col. Marks, of Lo., mortally wounded. Wooddell's battery, of Columbus, Ga., lost 12 killeo and 23 wounded. Nine trains of troops believed to be from Rose crans' army, arrived at Memphis on Saturday, merely as a garrison for the city. Fourth Dispatch. ; Mobile, June 9.—-A private dispatch from j Jackson of the Bth says, Vicksburg is all right. 1 Kirby Smith is in possession Of Milliken's i Bend. The Yankee's own .figures foot up. a loss of fifty thousand at Vicktburg. quarterly Meeting. A Quarterly Meeting for Good Hope Circuit, Methodist Protestant -Church, will be held at Melrose, commencing Saturday, the 18th June, The official members and all members who feel an interest in the prosperity of the circuit are requested to attend the meeting Saturday at 11 o?clock. ISAAC FORKNER, Supt. ■JL ■ ■ ■ >'■ I IM I Tl7 ILL be held at our Store in Bristol-Good l W v son, Term. and Va., on Thursday, June | 28th, 1863, commencing at 9 o'clock, at which i time we will offer, without reserve, a large lot 'of fresh and scarce goods of various kinds, a j portion of which are enumerated below: • Sugar, Coffee, Soda, Tea, i Black Pepper, Nutmegs, Cloves, Essence Coffee, Indigo, Copperas, Blacking, Spanish Brown, Yellow Ochre, Matches, Brimstone, Flour Sulphur, Letter, Cap and Note Paper, (large stock,) Envelopes, Cedar Pencils, Steel Pens, Playing Cards, Tooth Brushes, Fancy Prints, Denims, Worsted Goods, Cotton, Muslin and Linen Handkerchiefs, Cotton, half Hose, Napkins and Towels, .Ivory, Gum and Horn pine Combs, Dressing and Pocket Combs, in variety, 4-4 and | Domestics snd Osnaburgs, Cotton Yarns from 9s to 13s, Needles, Pins, -Buttons, Knitting Needles, Black Flax Thread, black Sewing Silk, j G. D. and English W.,P. Gun Caps, A lot Anchor Bolting Cloths 5s to 9s, 800 Volumes Moral aid Religious Works, Tobacco, Segars, Pipfg in large variety, Large variety of Soaps, (all kinds,) and many other goods besides. WILBAR & JOHNSON. N. B.—Our sales hereafter, will be held every other Thursday, instead of every Thursday, as advertised. ' W. & J. June 12, 1863—2t $ 5© REWARD. RAN away from the ssbcsriber, on the 7th inst, my negro boy HENRY, who is a dark mulatto, about 5 feet high, heavy set, and about 27 years of age. Said- boy will probably try to make his way to Abingdon, Va, or to get into Kentucky. The above reward of Fifty Dollars will be given if said boy is arrested and deliver ed to me, or confined where I can get him. Address me at Broylesville, Washington Co., Tennessee. R. R. OWENS. June 12,1863 jj . ■ $30 REWARD. THE legal reward of $30 will lie paid for the apprehension of Edward Drake, a deser ter from Co 8., 37th Virginia Regiment, for merly a member of Capt August's Company, State Line, from whom he received a discharge by reason of being, over age, which he still has in his possession. Said Drake claims Glade Spring. Washington county, Va. as his home.— I He is a substituo. J. STANTON KING, 2d Lieut. A Good Little Farm for Sale. THE undersigned, having deter- to sell his Farm, will offer it, WM 11 Wat the Court House door, on the 4H___B__prst day of June Court, which will be the *tn Monday; This Farm is situated three miles northeast of Abingdon, on the Val ley road, and contains 131 ACRES. . It is in good repair, and mostly all in grass. The land is rolling, but good, and the buildings, very comfortable and convenient, consisting of Dwelling House, Kitchen, Stables, and new Smoke House and Spring House. A first-rate Orchard, and all kinds of fruit, and excellent Springs of water at the door. About 50 acres of the land is in timber, some of it very heavy. The whole under good fence. The purchaser may have his choice of terms, either cash or credit' I will also sell, on Wednesday following, on the premises, two good young Milch Cows, 19 Sheep, 8 or 10 Hogs, a two-horse Wagon, Gear ing, Fanning Utensils, and a variety of house hold Furniture. CRAVEN CLEMEN'S. June 12.—3t ' *35 REWARD STOLEN from my premises, about 12 miles northwest of Jefferson, Ashe county, N. C, on the night of the 26th of April, 1868, a Horse, mostly white, ll years old this Spring, about 16 hands high, mane cropped off about even with the under part of his neck, foretop cropped off above his eyes, high mounted on his withers, tolerable high carriage, one black fore foot the others whUe. He was taken by a set of men saying they belonged te Jenkins' Cavalry, the head one was by tbe name of John Duikens and said he was a Lieutenant one by the name of Screens, two by the name of Law, two by the name of Adkins, one Dunda, one Brandith and one Dunnahoo. They said before they left they were goiag te Taiewell county, Va., to graxe their horses. I will give the above reward for the delivery of tho heree at David Dickenson's, 8 miles northwest of Jefferson, Ashe county, N. C, or $20 if taken up and information given me at Horse Creek Po., Ashe county. N. C. June It, 1868.—St ADAM MILLER. fo« REWARD. STOLEN from my possession, about six miles northwest of Jefferson, Ashe county, N. C, on the night ef the 25th of April, 1868, A Blood Bay Horse, with black mane and tail—his tail bobbed off a bout even where the hamstring sinks in the hind leg—three years old this spring, about 15 hands high, all his legs dark up to his knees, one white hind foot high carriage, bows his neck when rode or worked. He was taken by a set of men saying they belonged to Jenkins' cavalry. The head one was by the name of John Dnskens, and said he was a Lieutenant and one by the name of Screens, two by the name of Law, two by the name of Adkins, one by the name of Dunda, one by the name ef Brandith and one by the name of Dunnahoo. They said before they left they was going to Tazewell county, Va., .to grace their horses. 1 will give the above reward for the delivery of the horse at David Dickinson's, 8 miles northwest of Jefferson, Ashe county, N. Cm or $25 if taken up and detained, and infor mation given to me at Walnut Hill P. 0., Ashe county, N. C .JESSE H. CLARK. June 12, 1868—2t $35 REWARD. STOLEN from my premises, about 7 miles north of Jefferson, Ashe county, N. C, on the night of the 25th of April, 1868, a light sor rel Mare, with foxen mane and tail, 7 years old, about 15 hands 1 inch high, tolerably low car riage'and heavy headed, with white hairs mixed all over her body, but more across her hips titan any where else, some white hairs in the curl of her forehead, one white spot near her back-bone, mad by the saddle, heavy with foal when taken, and bent back in her knee joints. The mare was taken by a set of men saying they belonged to Jenkins' cavalry. The head, one was by the name of John Duskens, who said he was a Lieu tenant, one by the name of Screens, two by the name of Law, two by the name of Adkins, one by the name of Dunda, one by the name of Bran dith and one by the name of Dunnahoo. They said before they left they was going te Tazewell county, Vs., to grase their horses. I will give the above reward for the delivery of the mare at David Dickinson's, 8 miles northwest of Jef ferson, Ashe county, N. C, or $20 if taken up and detained, and information given to me at Walnut Hill, Ashe county, N. C. GEORGE W. BROOKS. Jnne 12,1868—3t I Cotton to Exchange for Wool. WE expect to have in" two weeks, a lot of Spun Cotton and Cotton Cloth to exchange for wool. Persons wishing to make an exchange would do well to call on us soon. June 5,1863. GEO. R. BARR k Co. moon TP* m %JL.'J A TP> -T~»i ipoov/ _C~U-S2J Ww wrm. m< »i ■ mm Head Qbs. 48th Va. Infv., May 19th, 1863. A REWARD of f&O each will be paid for the apprehension of the following named de serters from the 48th Regt. Va. Infantry. I will guarantee to any man or men who will apprehend and deliver to the nearest Povost Marshal, taking such Provost's receipt, for each deserter: ' ' - . , Aged. Hight. Complexion. Eyes. Hair. 1 Isaac R. Arden, Co. B, 28 years, 6 feet 10 in., Dark, ♦ Blue, Dark. 2 Thomas Davis, "" 22 " 5 *** 9 " " Hazel, Brown. 8 OhaS. Snodgrass, «♦ «« 22 " 8 « Fair, Blue, Light. 4 Benjamin Moore, «"20«6 '« 6 " ■ 5 Andrew Jaokson, «« 19 » 6 «« 6 " " " " 8 David R. Moore, " F, 28 " 8 " 10 " Dark, Gray, Dark. 7 James D. Denton, " " 27 " 6 " 10 " Fair, Blue, Light. 8 Henry A. Lethcoc, •• " 26 « 6 " 9 James Roe, " " 20 " 5 « 6 « H " « 10 G. N. Heatherly, «• I, 20 " 6 M Dark, Gray, Black. 11 James D. Wise, " X, 40 « 6 " 8 " " " Brown. All from Washington oounty, except James D. Wise of Co. K. June 6, 1888— 8w OSCAR WHITE, Maj. Comdg. 48th Va. Infy. $60 REWARD. THE legal reward of $80 will be paid for the apprehension of Martin V. Fleenor and John A. Brooks, deserters from Co. X, 87th, Va. Regt. Martin V. Fleenor resides in Wash ington county, Va., near the 8 Springs*, John A. Brooks in Sullivan county, E. Tennessee, It is hoped the citizens will aid in bringing these men to jnstice. L. IRBY FORREST, Ist Lt. Comdg. Co. X, 87th Va. Regt. June 5,1863—4t Stop the Deserters. THE following are deserters and men absent without leave from Cempssy F, 48th Reft, Va. Volunteers: James D. Dentony Jesses!ee<Heavy A Lettr coe, David R Moore, TTwrti J. Dye, Rnrain len, Henry Helton, Cluborn Helteßy lfTappps Sarah, Jacob Sproles, Joan Wood, James Klbw drick, Jacob T. Campbell, George W. Vippcr man, Alfred P. Jackson, Henry F. WUsa, Jefes M. Price, and Morgan Patrick. I therefore request all loyal eitisens to arrest all such men, and the usual reward of Thirty Dollars will be paid for the arrest of all the a>" bove-named persons. I will strictly enforce the i law against any officer or officers receiving the above-nemed absentees in their coapanys. * DAVID 5. CLARK, 2d Lieut Comdg. Co. T, 48th Regt, Vs. Vele, June 5. 1868—>t Hkadooabtxss 50th Va. Best., ) Camp Near Hamilton's Crossing, Va., V May 25th, 1868. j TO the Sheriffs, Deputy Sheriffs and Consta bles of the counties of Lee, Wise, Smyth, Carroll, Pulaski, Grayson, Amherst and Patrick, I call your attention to the following ardor, dated Adjt and Inept. Gens. Office, Ricaaftond, June 18th, 1862, ef which the following is a true copy: WAR DEPARTMENT,) Adjt asd Inspt. General's Office, > Richmond, Jane 18th, 1812. ) GXHSKAL OSDKBS, 1 No. 48. / With the consent snd approbates ef his ex cellency, Governor Letcher, all Sheriffs, Deputy Sheriffs and Constables of tbe State of Virginia, are authorized and requested to ''pprehend' de serters from the army wherever tbey nay ss found, and te deliver them to an "ffieer of <ht army at the most convenient point or station,'or te ledge them in jail and report iTieir names a_l Regiment to Gent 8. Cooper, Adjt, and lass. General, Richmond. Thirty dolWwfll be pais for all deserters delivered to so officer, and Fif teen Dollars for each deserter lodged in jail. Ho allowance will be made for the expenses of ap prehension and transportation. All Jailers receiving deserters, are requested to detain them. The usual allowance for us support of prisoners wiU be made. Below is a list of deserters from the 50th Vs. Regiment: Company A. James Adams, Lee county, Va. F. G. Noe, «... h, Jas. Word, " " - '• . Wm. Hobbs, •• ." Wm. Montgomery, " " - Alear. Wilson, Scott " " Richard Stanley, . « " •* Benj. F. Richmond, Wise " *' Company B. David Collins, Lee county Va. Andrew Stanley, . " «f " Hoah Hopkins, - " Martin Young, " " •• Levi Johnson, Hancock county, Teas. Wm. Newberry, " '.♦ " Stephen Nichols, * " '<* • James Willis, " Paschal Collins, « •• ' Archibald Collins, - Charles Hays, Roanoke " Vs. Company C. Zachariah H. Bailey, Mercer county, Va. Henry Hoback, Wythe " .". Wm. H. Sutter, Bland " " Chaster Taylor, Tazewell or Bland co. Va. Aaron Cortu, » « « Company D. Wm. Weaver, Grayson cvunty, Va. Company I. Lewis W. Bogus, Smyth county, Va. Harvey Bridgman, " ' •* v John M. Poston, " " " Jeremiah T. Poeton, " •' **. . Benjamin R. Tartar, Wythe '' " Benj. F. Clark, Smyth Jus. Clark, « , •' • " Abraham F. Fisher, Patrick " " Philip J. Roland, Smyth Abram Hunnel, " " " Richard Bryant " " " Reese Carter, *« " ." Augustus Henniger, **','■ " M Company F. Wm. M. Staton, Amherst cwimty, Va. M. T. Staton, ** •* • ;" D. T. States, " " ." John M. Staton, " •* /' George Fitxgerald, " " ." Ben. F. Rogers, " " " Wm. McDaniel, . . «• " " Chas. McDaniel, - " " Robt. L. Hicks, *« •• " C.S.Floyd, " " •• Jas. Byas, " •« " Wm. Byas, •* *■ •• Richard Byas, " ,** ** Dabney Horttus, «« ••* ** James Fitzgerald, " " .»• Company G. Wm. Hawks, Carroll cob »*y,Va. Company H. James 0. Hilton, Scott county, Vs. James Jones, •« ** ** William Btapleton, ~..« •* '«• Samuel T. Cortu, Lee " *• Henry W. Stapleton, Scott ♦• M George W. Stapleton, r« •» •• Wfllis A. Buchanan, Wise - •• Eli Wills, " ♦» «* Isaiah Witts, - '•• " Company I. Reson W. Covey, Pulaski county, Va. Ralph BHdns, " »• •* JohnElkins, •* " ** Wm. N. Guinn, '«« •' ♦• Creed Graham, « •* •* *• Chas. Howery, " . •* ** Peter a Honaker, " ** '*♦ S. W. Meredith, ** m Dexter F. Runyan, *♦ **■ ♦*. Chaster B. Smith, •* <* ** ' Benj. Duncan, Carroll ** " Wm. C. Gray, " 8 •* Cortu Goad, «« •* • * ' Jefferson Phillips, «♦. ■ •* '*• Jas. B. Quisenberry, •** •» " John A. Suttin, •* "■ ** Wm. L. Smith. ** " •• Preston H. Snow, r* ** ** Gabriel Simpkins, •♦ •* '* By order ef L. J. PE WINS, Major Comdg. 60th ¥a. Rsgt Oficial. W. Aissss, Adjt Jans 6» 1868-8W A Negro Bo j for Sale. W WELL sell at the Court Bouse on Monday* X the 22d inst, (Court day.V a likely nsgrs- Boy, 22 years old. He is a good field bead. _ JAS. L. F. CAMPBML. June 5, 1863—3w AueuonMrr