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LATEST FROM EUROPE.
Further Details by the Europa.
THE LONDON PRESS ON AMERICAN AFFAIRS.
The Superior Numbers and Resources of
the North must at last Prevail.
Frame about to construct models of the
Monitor and Merrimac.
RECOGNITION OF THE KINGDOM OF
ITALY .B 7 RUSSIA.
NEW YORK, July 7.
The following additional news bas been re
ceived by the Europe :
The London Times at last admits that the
superior numbers and resources of the North
must in the end prevail, but hopes that Borne
measure will be devised to bring this unnatural
conflict to a close.
The London Herald thinks it is time that
some decided action was taken by France and
Ron. F. Bruce, the governor of the Prince of
Wales is dead.
France is about to construct reduced models
of the Merrimac and Monitor in order to test
Russia has recognized the kingdom of Italy.
The government monopoly for salt has been
abolished in Ruda.
General Sudders was shot at and slightly
wounded in Warsaw. The perpetrator of the
deed had not been discovered.
The India and China mails are aboard the
Europa; their news is unimportant. At Bari's,
on Saturday, the Bourse was at 63f. 40c.
From Gen. M'Olellan's Army
A BRILLIANT SKIRMISH ON THE
One Thousand Rebel Prisoners and three
Gen. M'Clellan Advances Seven Miles
FORTRESS MONROR, July 6
Fresh troops arrived here from Washington
yesterday, and went up the JaMes river in the
Four small steamers, with four barges in
tow, arrived at Fortress Monroe this morning,
laden with artillerymen, horses, &c., and were
doubtless bound up the river.
A skirmish took place yesterday morning
near our left wing, which resulted in the de
feat of the rebels. We took 1,000 rebel priso
ners, and three small bateries, and our cav
alry followed them up till they passed beyond
For the last two days the rebels have shown
little disposition to fight, and ycsterday relin
quished their ground and batteries almost with
FORTRESS Molise& July 6.—A flag of truce
was tent up the York river from Fortress Mon
roe this morning at 11 o'clock.
General M'Clellan has advanced up the river
about seven miles since the Fourth. We have
heard of no fighting within the last two days.
The gunboat captured from the rebels three
days ago was the Teazer. Another rebel gun
boat was sunk the same day. They bad
returned down the river to within about
twenty miles of Harrison's Landing, and en
countered some of our gunboat& Documents
of great value were found on board the Teazer.
They consist of papers showing the rebel plan
of operations, and other matters of the utmost
Importance. Our gunboats came upon the
Teazer in the bend of the river unobserved,
and they thus had no time to destroy the docu
The Knickerbocker, with about 500 sick and
wounded, leaves here this morning for Wash
There has been no boat from Harrison's Land
ing to-day. The mail boat was expected an
The officers who was in charge of Savage
Station at the time of the removal of our sick
and wounded, states that nearly all were re
moved previous to the rebels advancing on that
place, and were safely placed in different hos
pitals, with others who were removed from
York river. While they were being removed
the rebels commenced firing upon the hospital.
A young Surgeon went out with a flag of truce,
which bad the effect of stopping their firing,
but he was taken priesoner. We have not learn
ed his name.
PROM NEW YORK
Arrival of Sick and Wounded Pennsylvanians
There are two vessels called the Daniel Web
ster now in the Government service. One of
them arrived at Philadelphia to-day with
wounded soldiers. The other arrived at this
port on Sunday, having left the James river
July 4th. Among the arrivals by the Webster
at New York, were the following Pennsylvani
Bell, John Y C, Co G, 62d Pa.
Barger,Henry, Co. E, 7th Pa.
Billinsley, John, Co. G, 81st Pa.
Benson, R. L., Co. 1,88 d Pa.
Beers, James, Co. S, Bth Pa. Cavalry.
Chamberlain, Edward, Co. M, 4th Pa.
Orlily, Sergeant Thos. Co. H, 2nd Pa.
Crawtord, Sergeant Thos. Co. E, 93d Pa.
Donaldson, Hiram, Co. G, 103 d Pa.
Dawson, Ralph, Co. E, 62d Pa.
Devine, Daniel, Co. A, 67th Pa.
Emanuel, Lient Lyon L.. Co. A, 31st Pa.
Franklin, Henry, Co. C, 82d Pa.
Faber, - Lieut. 8, It., Co. D, 98,1 Pa.
Fohringer, Lloyd, Co. I, 93d, Pa.
Fetcher, Jacob, Co. K, 61st Pa.
Glass, D. Co. G, 63d Pa.
Gillon, Hugh, Co. C. 2d Pa.
Gray, Joseph, Co. A, 2d Pa.
Glenn, Archibald, Co. F. 57th Pa.
Hauch, Lewis, Co. F, 62d Pa.
Hollister, James, Co. A, 96th Pa.
Henry, Herman, Co. C, 4th Pa. Cavalry.
Hayes, John, Co. F, 31st Pa.
Johnston, Wm., Co. F, 92d Pa.
Jacobs, George, Co. I, 83d Pa.
Jones, John S., Co. C, 9th Pa.
King, Marion, Co. I, 67th Pa.
Kreager, Joseph C., Co. A, 82d Pa.
Kopp, John, Co. K, 65th Pa.
Keary, Emanuel, Co. G, 98th Pa.
Lanterbacher, J. Lieutenant, Co. S, 98th Pa
Luca, Albert GAP., I, 2d Pa.
Laufman, A. C., Lieutenant, Co. A, 63d Pa.
Lafferty, Wm., Co. B, Ist Pa.
McDonald, Win., Co. E, 72d Pa.
McGovan, Alfred, Co. It, 72d Pa.
Minchausen, Henry, Co. I, 98th Pa.
Moore, Geo. W., Co. E, 95th Pa.
McCanna, Thomas, Co. H, 95th Pa.
McMullin, Solomon, Co. E, 83d Pa.
McFee, John W., Co. G, 93d Pa.
Pickens, Geo. W., Co. B, 101st Pa.
Rhodes, Lieut. C. H. Co. C, 61st Pa.
Rinehart, Jas. H., Co. D, 10th Pa.
Shiels, Thos., CO. C, 91st Pa.
Smith, W H., Corp. Co. D, 62k Pa.
Smith, Lieut., Co. H, 63d Pa.
Strata, Siegel H. A., Co. B, 4th Pa. Cay.
Sample, David, Co. A, 62d Pa. •
Shaneer, Sergt., Charles, Co. H , 194th Pa.
Schughsue, Lieut., Co. F, 95th Pa.
Tyler, Reuben, Co. B, let Pa. Rifles.
Thomp-on, H. C., Co. K, 2d Pa.
Vanderyvoort, Cyrus, Co. H, 101st Pa.
Wheatland, F. Co. K, 101st Pa.
Warney, Dennis, Co. H, 4th Pa.
Webster, P. A., Corporal, Co. A, 98th Pa.
Winters, Ch,ist, Co. D, 31st Pa.
Wise, Morris, W., Co. I, 93d Pa.
Watts, W. J. Lieut. Co. H , 96th Pa.
Yager, H. C., Lieut. Co. E, 81st Pa.
New Yoss., July 7.—The following sick and
wounded Pennsylvania soldiers are on board
the steamer Spaulding, which arrived at this
port this morning:
Geo. Thompson, Captain, Co. F, 69th Pa. 7
Joe. Heily, corporal, Company A, 69th Pa.,
Thomas Blackwell, private, Co. A, 71st Pa.,
E. W. Wood, Lieut. Col. 67th Pa., fever.
W. B. Dunklee, drummer, 103 d Pa., rheum
J. C. Austin, drummer, Co. A, 108 d Penna.,
Thomas J. Smith, corporal Co. B, 85th Pa.,
Andrew J. Allis, Co. I, 101st Pa., rheuma
Joseph Kelty, Co. H. 101st Pa. bertha.
John E. Montgomery, Co. G, 63d Pa., hip.
John S. Taylor, Corporal, Co. A., 101st Pa.,
John Stanley, Co. C., 101st Pa., kidney.
John Woodrum, Co. I, 72d Pa., rheumatism.
Pat McDermott, Co. I, 60th Pa., leg.
Sergeant S. M. Crisswell, Co. B, 103 d Pa.,
James Fitzgerald, Co. K., 103 d Pa., foot.
Henry Bordeam, Co. C., 101st Pa., rheuma
Adam Kirkwood, Co. 0, 101st Pa., fever.
Chas. J. Dehass, corporal Co. 0, 101st Pa.,
Thos. W. Malone, 86th Pa., camp fever.
J. B. Longanecker, Major 101st Pa., fever.
Win. Lowers, Co. B. 103 d Pa., consumption.
Sergeant Alexander Duncan, Co. K, 108 Pa.,
Pat Mcßride, Co. C, 103 d Pa., fever.
Harrison Coe, hand, Co. B, 103 d Pa., fever.
Samuel Shoop, Co. K, 103 d Pa., camp fever.
J. M. Taylor, Co. 52d Pa., fever.
J. McMillan, Co. K, firth Pa. rheumatism.
Henry Harrington, Co. A, 62d Pa., fever.
J. W. Comly, Co. A, 101st Pa., fever.
R. B. Dowerty, 101st Pa., hand.
J. M. Mclntire, Captain Co. B, 63d Pa., fever.
R. 0. Wright, 104th Pa.,
Samuel Young, Co. A, 62d Pa., fever.
James Barty, Co. C, 20811 Pa., diarrhoea.
James Young, musician, Co. B, 101st Pa.,
Corp. Oscar H. Hays, 85th Pa. diarrhoea.
2d Lieut. B. H. Mowry, 63d Pa., rheuma
2d Lieut. Jag. F. McMullen, Co. I, 63d Pa.,
Howard Abbott, Co. I, 63d Pa., debility.
List of the Sick and Wounded Pennsylva
nians arrived by the Daniel Webster.
NEW You, July 7.
The steamer Champion arrived this afternoon
with Panama dates to the 28th of June, and
$641,000 in treasury.
Peru and Equador had referred their difficul
ties to the mediation of England.
Chili was about to send a minister plenipo
tentiary to Mexico.
"INDEPENDENT IN AIL THINGS-NEUTRAL IN NONE."
conrutorED PROM 2D PAGE
Elijah Aiken, Co. D, Ist P. R. C., wounded.
Chas. Moore, Co. A, 71st, sick.
Wm. James, Co. B, 57th, sick.
Alex. Hamilton, Co. D, 57th, sick.
J. Sweeney, Co. C, Bth Reserves, shoulder.
Lt. A. J. Pemberton, Co. F, 23d, foot, slight.
C. S. Ellinger, Ord. Sergeant, Co. C, 23d ,knee.
E. 0. Williams, Co. H, 62d, sick.
B. Rodgers, Co. A, 4th Reserves, breast.
E. C. Thompson, Co. C, 57th, arm.
G. Heilman, Co. I, 105th, fever.
P. Coon, Co. G, 49th, fever.
J. J. Wilson, Co. C, 49th, fever.
Wm. Sutton, Co. G, 85th, fever.
J. Badson, Co. 11, 106th, fever.
S. Graham, Co. A, 2d Reserves, fever.
C. Warner, Co. A, 3d Reserves, leg.
H. Cash, Co. E, 7th Reserves, rheumatism.
F. Raymond, Co. D, 49th, fever.
D. Covert, Co. D, sth Reserves, leg.
P. C. Johnson, Co. B, 3d reserves, head.
D. Collier, Co. K, 4th reserves, hand.
Blake, Co. A, 26th, fistula.
E. Diamond, Co. C, 26th, rupture.
A. Roberts, Co. 11, 106th, rheumatism.
J,..McCombs, Corporal, Co. G, 106th sick.
J. R. Say, Co. I, 105th, fever.
D. Criswell, Co. I, 109th, fever.
Sidney BabcOck, teamsr, te
Henry Dudy, Co. A,
Benj. Sutton, Co. C, 95th, wounded.
D. Shannon, Co. M, 62d, wounded.
J. A. Winters, Co. B, 7th reserves, wounded.
EOIT I I I AMERICAN NEWS.
NEW YORK, July 7
HARRISBURG, PA... TUESDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 8, 1862
XXXVIIth Congress—First Session
WASHINGTON, July 7
Mr. WELMOT, (Pa.,) presented the petition of
Thos. W. Braidwood for an appropriation of
public lands for the benefit of Industrial Schools
Mr. FESSINDEN, (Me.,) from the Committee
on Finance, reported back the tariff bill with
Mr. CHANDLER, (Mich.,) offered a resolution
that the Secretary of War furnish the Senate
with copies of all orders of the Executive to
Gen McClellan, relative to the advance of the
army of the Potomac on Richmond, and all
correspondence between the said General and
the Executive, from the date of the order of
the 22d of February to advance on Manassas
up to the first of May, likewise the numerical
force of the army of the army of the Potomac
as shown by the rolls in November, 1861, and
in January, February and March, 1862, atid
the nuinber of troops Gen. McClellan took to
Fortress Monroe, the number at Fortress Mon
roe, and the reinforcements sent up to Janu
nary, 1862. Laid over. •
Mr. WILY.; (Va.,) moved to take up the
bill for the admission of Western Virginia.—
Rejected—yeas 17, nays 18.
On motion of Mr. Fussaming, a Committee
of Conference was appointed on the bill au
thorizing additional Treasury notes.
Mr. Wilms, (Mass.,) from the committee on
the bill regulating the pay and emoluments of
of officers of the army, made a report, which
was agreed to.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Mr. DIVEN, (N. Y.,) asked the House to ex
cuse his colleagues, Messrs. Valkenburg and
Pomeroy, and himself from service for the re
mainder of the session. They desired to le
turn to their respective districts, to use their
influence in raising troops for the service of the
In taking leave of the House, should the ap
plication be granted, for a season, and perhaps
for ever, he desired to say that if the Constitu
tion and the Union are to be save I, it must
be by the strong military arm in the battle
He invited his fellow members to remain
here and provide for the necessary maintenance
of our troops, leaving, for the future, the de
termination to questions about which they
were now divided until the rebellion shall be
Mr. Hurcams, (Ohio,) interrupting, wished
to know whether the gentleman was privileged
to lecture Congress.
Mr. Divan denied that he had any such in
tention. He expressed the hope that Congress
would pass the bill he had introduced, propo•
sing the muster of slaves into the service for
entrenching Beige service; also guaranteeing
them their freedom.
About ten thousand such persons are now
maintained at the expense of the government.
If such class shall not be employed they will
become disorderly, and no one can tell what
excesses they may perpetrate. Congress had
better adjourn and go home, and members
either lead or follow their constituents to the
Mr. Divin's request was granted.
The House proceeded to the consideration of
a preamble, heretofore introduced by Mr. Won
nil's, to a resolution making inquiry on a sub
ject which latter was adopted at the time set-
Wig forth on the authority of the New Albany
Ledger, that a Union man of the Shenandoah
valley declared that when General Banks re
treated, much complaint was occasioned among
the soldiers by the fact that while white men,
women and children were compelled to walk
the streets, negroes who accompanied the army
were transported in wagons.
Mr. Goocce (Mass.,) asked the consent of the
House to read an extract from a letter of Gen.
Banks on the subject.
Mr. Voonmss objected unless he also was
permitted to read a statement on the fiubject.
Mr. Wearranams, (111.,) moved to lay the pre
amble on the table. Carried—yeas 71, nays
On motion of Mr. WAITS, (delegate from
New Mexico,) a resolution was adopted in
structing the Committee on the Judiciary to
inquire into the expediency of ascertaining the
amount of property captured from people of
New Mexico and the General Government in
the latter territory by the authority of the
State of Texas, and providing for the confisca
tion of so much of the land of that State as
will make indemnity for the losses thus incur
red, the Committee to report by bill or other
Mr. WAsframors, (M.,) from the Committee
on Government Contracts, offered a resolution
which was adopted, instructing the Committee
on Private Land Claims, to make a full inves
tigation into the patents for lands included in
the Military Reservation of Fort Leavenworth ;
and also all the facts connected with the pres
ent situation of the Military Reservation of
Fort Snelling, with power to send for persons
Mr. WASTIBURNE, submitted a commu
nication from the Secretary of War asking for
lir. EDWARDS, (N. H.,) presented a bill which
was passed, directing credits to be given on the
proper books to the several Indian tribes for
the amount of trust bonds abstracted from the
The House then went into committee of the
whole on the state of the lJnion.
Mr. Mortars, (0.,) said he came there to sup
port the administration, by every constitutional
means to put down the rebellion, and In this
he had been consistent. He had voted for all
supplies in men and money.
Mr. VAN HORN, (N. Y..) spoke of the vast
importance of the construction of the ship
canal around Niagara Falls. All the petitions
and papers on the subject had been referred to
the select committee of which he was chair
Mt. RICHARDSON, (Ill.,) briefly vindicated the
late issued address of the Democratic party.
The denunciation of rebels would not put an
eud to the war, this Must be done by armed
men and victory plucked from the battle field
with the cannon and bayonet. The address
was the opinion of others and for it he was not
The Committee then rose and the House ad
THE water in Skunk river , Chicago, does
credit to its name. The .Tournll says "it smells
to heaven," and that " if any means could be
devised to tins that water down the Missis
sippi river, it would end the rebellion in thirty
days. A. pestilence Is close at hand."
Pennsylvania's sick and
List of Names in the Baltimore
Official Report of Hon. M. B. Lowry
HARRumuuu, July 7, 1862.
To Hie Excellency A. G. Curtin, Governor of Penn
Yonr letter of the 4th was received, in pur
suance of which I arrived at Baltimore at
three o'clocVon Saturday morning, the 6th ;
at seven o'clock I gained admission to the Na
tional Hotel Hospital ; I have seen and con
versed with the following sick and wounded of
the "Pennsylvania volunteers," in the order in
which I present them:
Neale McLaughlin, wounded in side ; 116th
regiment, co. E ; returns to his regiment to
John Guhring, 61st regiment; lost one arm at
Fair Oaks ; has no description roll, no clothes;
resides at Pittsburg; says he wishes to go home
in two weeks.
John James Powell, says he Is able to go
home; resides at Manch Chunk.
Francis Pernier, wounded in shoulder near
Richmond, doing well, wants to go home, says
he saw Col. Got;ler and Major Hrigg die on Sun
day morning at Savage Station trom wounds
received on Friday ; private M'Coy, of Phila
delphia, he says was shot through the stomach,
since dead, says James Day was shot by mis•
take by one of our own men.
Corporal Jacob Tugend, badly wounded. and
left on field. do., do., Isaac McCauley. do., do.,
Fred Hibbert. Lieutenant Daniel Connor was
badly wounded. Horace Need is dead; Sergeant
Sharp wounded and left on field; Sergeant Fow
ler, wounded, but will get home alive ; Major
Woodward shot in three places ; thinks he may
get home alive ; all of the 2d regiment.
John Craig, 93d regiment, flesh wound
through thigh, resides at Lock Haven, was
wounded at Fair Oaks, doing well.
M. M. Davis, 61st regiment, wounded at Fair
Oaks, in right hip, has no description papers, is
able to go home, and should be sent.
John Price, wounded near Richmond, has no
description list, will be able to go home in a
tew days, resides at Penn Station, Westmore
John Hyers, 93d regiment, doing well, will
be able to go home in a few days.
James C. Irwin, 57th regiment, wounded in
hips at Fair Oaks, resides at Iristitown, Mercer
county, has no coat, nor shoes, is able to go
home, no description list, send him home.
James Murphy, feeble, wounded at Fair
Oaks, no description list, wants clothes.
James Bradley, Pottsville, 911th regiment,
wounded in groin. Says Patrick Ferranti, Rich
ard Welsh, Michael Boland of co. F., 96th
regiment, were all killed, in late battles.
.Casper Graf, Ist Pennsylvania Artillery,
wounded near Richmond in leg, is doing well,
would like leave of absence, resides at Birming
ham, will return to fight.
James L. Lingner, co. E, 83d regiment, re
sides at Waterford, Erie county, wounded at
Hanover Court House, recovery somewhat
John H. Finks, 96th regiment, resides at
Philadelphia, wounded, is doing well.
Robert W. Feese, 102 d regiment, came here
July 2, from Potomac, with fever.
David C. Rich, co. G, 10th Pennsylvania vol
unteers, doing well, has fever, came here July
Ist, resides at Hendersonville, Mercer county.
J. B. Dobbs, Forest county, assistant to Rev.
W. I. Dickson, forwarded from Potomac, July
Ist, with fever, very sick, will probably re
Arthur Connor, Ist Pennsylvania volunteers,
rheumatism and exhaustion, Ansonsville, Clear
John A. Fickinger, co. I, 11th Reserves, has
fever, is doing well, resides at Homer Station,
Indiana county, came here July Ist, has no
James Davenport, 23d regiment, sent from
White House, resides 924, Arch street, Phila
delphia, has fever, very sick.
Sergeant Thomas A. Wilson, co. I, 10th regi
ment, Hartstown, Crawford county, has fever,
is very sick.
Ruben Ferting, co. B, 96th regiment, came
here July 1, resides in Schuylkill county, is
Branson M'Colliger, 11th regiment, has fever,
is doing well but very sick, came July 1.
Daniel Warner, co. B, 62nd regiment, is doing
W. H. Wise, co. B, fever, 93d regiment, came
here July Bd, doing w
Womithy Bicker, (a Pennsylvanian) very
sick, did not ascertain his company or regiment,
saw him well cared for, recovery probable,
came July Ist.
Nicholas Warner, co. K, 3d regiment, came
July 3d from "James River, residence, Milton
Pennsylvania, is very sick.
Jesse Penrose, Jefferson county, is doing well,
105th regiment, has no description list.
Wm. Sterling, 71st regiment, resides at Phil
adelphia, weak and exhausted, but is doing well.
Samuel Hendrickson, 85th regiment, Thomp
sonvWe, Washington county, has fever, conval
sent, has leave of absence.
Harrison Brcht, 104th regiment, from Bucks
county, has had fever, doing finely, wants fur
lough, should have it.
Fred Badlebocks, 7th regiment, crippled
with rheumatism, wants his discharge, in my
judgment should have it.
Captain C. Barnes, 9th regiment, shot in leg,
goes home to day. Saw Captain Dick of Mead
villa Pennsylvania, on Monday evening wbohe
says was in the battle on Thursday, Friday and
Monday; he lost a number of his men; could
not obtain names.
Hugh Bradley, 104th regiment, bad wound
in leg, will loose it, resides at Philadelphii.
James Dean, 104th regiment, Bucks county,
wounded in hip with shell, at Fair Oaks, is
doing well, able to go home soon, you should
furnish him clothes, he has no description list.
Win. Smith, 68d regiment, wounded in arm,
doing well, resides at Elderton, Armstrong
county, wounded at Fair Oaks, wants clothes.
Daniel Craig, 2nd Reserve regiment, bullet
through wrist, in his third battle, says young
Rowbotham fell by his side, gave him a letter,
which the young man had written that morn
ing to his father, Mr. Joseph Rowbotham,
Manayunk. Philadelphia county, which let
ter I send to you to forward. He says Samuel
Drain was killed by the same shell.
David Wells. 62nd regiment, Lycoming coun
ty, wounded in thigh, is doing well, says
Thompson of Jefferson county, Samuel Crist
men and Wm. Fairman, both of Punksutawny,
were all killed , Edwin Cavelier of Brookville,
was wounded and left on field.
Allon Harnish, sth regiment, Centre county,
shot iu thigh, is doing well, he says sergeant
M'Garvey of Salt Lick, Jno. H. Pieghtol, and
Warton Eichty of Centre county, were killed.
Patrick Murray of Bellefonte killed in-the fight
of Thursday week.
Michael Ferguson, co. B, 63d regiment, Har
monsville, Allegheny county, is doing well, has
flesh wound, wants to go home to recruit on
furlough, says Thomas M'Wiliams of Sharps-.
burg, was killed.
Joseph Speering, 104th regiment, injured at
Yorktown in back, wants his discharge, and
should be given him; has been here since May
George Porter, 52nd regiment, Bradford coun
ty, has rheumatism, is nearly well; says he will
yet do good service.
Benj.F. Street, 104th regiment, Montgomery
county, wants to be taken home; is very sick
• S. Newbold, 104th regiment, has fever and
paralysis; will not again be able for duty; wants
to go home
John Shull, 95th regiment, has fever, Chris
tian street Philadelphia, very sick, might be
taken home by water; thinks he should at least
be in a Pennsylvania Hospital.
Henry Smnick, 74th regiment, wounded in
head; says he will go back and fight it out.
John Higgs, 23d regiment, 1335 Poplar st ,
Philadelphia, rheumatism, improving, got
transfer for Philadelphia.
Henry Plasmore, 98th regiment, 804 green
st., Philadelphia, wants to go home, wants leave
f tbsenee, thinks our men should be taken to
a Pennsylvania hospital.
Samuel Fisher, 62c1 regiment, leg broken by
=hell at Newport News, reides at Port Carbon,
Franklin Fisher, sth regiment Reserves, Al
toona, wants leave of absence, has rheuma
Homer Miller, 27th regiment, lost left hand,
s doing well, resides South st , Philadelphia.
John A. Mansfield, 85th regiment, lungs af
ected, doing good service as nurse.
Simon Fisher, 98th regiment, has fever and
paralyses, desires to be taken to a Philadelphia
hospital. lie owes hie life to Miss Moody,from
Maine, his nurse.
Thomas McAdam, Slat regiment, nearly well,
will go back to his regiment, has no descrip
Frederick Eurgauson, 85th regiment here
since June 20th, not able to be removed, his
nurse says will get well.
Geo. W. Fisher, 86th regiment,came July 1,
Frederictown, Washington county, fever,doing
Geo. W. Griffiths, 11th regiment, New Flo
rence' Westmoreland county, fever, bad case.
E. W. lidderzoo, fever, doing well, resides
in Jennerville, Chester county, enlisted in 2nd
John W Leedon, very interesting young man,
brought from. White House July Ist, resides in
Reading, Pennsylvania ; his nurse thinks bis
life depends upon his getting home, I have not
met so interesting a case, has fever.
Edward Manklon, 96th regiment, Tamaqua,
very sick, diarrhoea.
Edward Goode,6th Artillery,Lancaster,fever,
his mother with him, doing 'well.
Mahlon Smith, from White House, July Ist,
fever, Point Pleasant, Bucks county, able togo
home, wants leave of absence.
Abraham Miller, 85th regiment, Hillsboro',
Washington, brought from White House, fe
ver, getting 'Somewhat better, has papers.
Rosello Gaylor, 3d &serve regiment, Skin
ner's Eddy, Wyoming, inflammation in the
bowels, getting better, no papers
James M'Coy, age 56 years, 3d Reserve regi
ment, Waterson Ferry, Clarion county, diar
rhoea, getting better, would like to go home,
but is unfit to be sent without special attend
ance, has lost one ear in the war, no papers.
Joseph C, Shadduck, 67th regiment, Wright's
vile, Susquehanna county, typhoid fever,
doing well, no papers.
Henry Patron, 93d regiment, Palmyra ' Leb
anon county, rheumatic fever, wants to go
home, but is not yet able, from the Chicka
hominy, very sick.
Hairy R. Mifflin, 95th regiment, 936 Lafay
ette street, Philadelphia, brain fever, not so
well as he was when be came here, broUght
from White House 20 June, doubtful.
George kessler, 96th regiment, Pottsville,
brain fever, wants to go home, says Dr. Hal
verstadt would cure him in twenty-four hours.
Simon Springer, 53d regiment, Mooresburg,
Montour county, came here from White House,
diarrhoea and rheumatics, not as well as he was
when he came, could be moved home and
ought to be.
Samuel Leadham, 93d regiment, Lebanon,
sent from Chickahominy, rheumatism, could
be taken home.
Pearson Mercer, Ist Reserve regiment, West
chester, Chester county, hurt in stomach, just
came from Chickahominy.
Samuel A. Gray,.63 regiment, Rowling Ridge,
Allrgheny county, chroniz diarrhoea, had it for
ten weeks, no better, gets no medicine, no pa
pers, wants furlough, looks bad.
Andrew M. Wilson, 103 d regiment, Pearl
villa, Clarion county, ruptured and dropsy, get
ting worse, better be discharged, has papers.
David Taylor, 103 d regiment, Brownington,
P. 0., Butler county, broke cap of knee, looks
bad, ought to be discharged.
James Bo wry, 61st regiment, Pittsburg, rheu
matism, Frenchman, says he could fight, but
not match, better be discharged, papers at
Wm. Staylor, Ist Reserve regiment, Bluebell
P. 0 , Lancaster county, pain in the breast and
diarrhoea, says he has no care given him, no
John L. Griffith, 85th regiment, Cannons
burg, Washington county, piles and bad cough,
has done no duty for eight months, three times
has been examined and marked for discharge,
Ernest Frederick, 63d regiment, Pittsburg,
has had billions fever and rheumatism, is get
ting worse, wants to go home, no papers.
Daniel Gannon, 3d Reserve regiment, Salem,
Wayne county, plurisy and weakness in back,
no better, wants to go home has papers.
John Meneser, 12th Infantry, Hones
dale, Wayne county, hurt in stomach, left last
Jacob Myers, 103 d regiment Tionesta P. 0.,
Venango county, very sick, inflamation in the
lungs, no papers.
Thomas A. Bund, 95th regiment, Philadel
phia, 919 south sixth street, brain fever and
dysentery, could be sent home, ought to be
sent home, no papers.
Joseph Adams, 101st regiment, St. Augus
tine, Cambria county, piles and palpitation of
the heart, three months in hospital, no prospect
of getting well, bee papers, wants to go home.
Josiah Christ. 93d regiment, Anviße, Leba
non county, long affected, eight weeks in hos
pital, no better, has papers.
Fred. Engles 12th Reserve regiment, York,
rheumatism in back, four days here, came from
caxap near Richmond, has papers.
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John Funk, 26th regiment, Philadelphia,
spine of back injured, no better, seven weeks
in hospital, wants to go home, no papers.
John Bush, 63d regimo nt, Pittsburg, Pam
sylvania, has had typhoid fever, wants fnr
touch, has papers.
Samuel Budds, 93d regiment, Annville,
Lebanon county, weak in lungs, been in hospi
tal eight weeks, has papers
Andrew J. Smith, 101st regiment, Robertson
ville, Bedford county, rheumatism, getting
worse, been in hospital two months, has pa
Julius Risman, 6th IJ. S. cavalry, Philadel
phia, was iu the late battles, could not remain,
was sent to the hcspital for the second time,
wants to go home, says physicians do not at
tend to him, no papers..
John McCraven, 12th Reserve regiment,
aikens, P. 0., Allegheny county, was sent away
sick and ruptured from the flail the day of the
late battle, wants to go home on furlough, no
John G. Graham, 85th regiment, Waynes
burg, Green county, typhoid fever, getting bet.
ter, has papers.
Wm. Raisin, 104th regiment, Rich Valley,
Bucks county, pain in side, been sick for over
three months, no better, has pipers.
Eli H. Bently, 101st regiment, Gettysburg.,
general debility, been sick since December last,
no better, has frequently asked for his dis
charge, Gov. Curtin has written a letter re•
questing our discharge four weeks ago, has
paper. . .
Wm. A. Denison, 86th regiment, Summer
field, Somerset county, swelling of the drabs,
no better, been in hospital seven weeks here
and at Newport News, never he able for duty
aeain, has papers.
Josephus Jacobs, 85th regiment, Waynes
burg, Greene county, fever and rip trmatism,
feeble, should be discharged, has papers.
Evans Rush, 85th regiment, Draket •wn, So
merset county, 11as injured in back at Fair
Oak, broken down by marches, wants to go
back until cured. no pap, is.
Jacob Shaeffer, tilst regiment, White Haven,
Luzerne county, liver complaint and typhoid
fever, been in hoßpitat two months here, New
port News and Yorktown, wants to go home,
Lawrence Goodman, 93d regiment, Middle_
port, Schuylkill county, rheumatism, in hos
pital four months, better, still looks thin, bet
ter go home, no papers.
James W. Orr. 103 d regiment, Harrisville,
Butler county, chronic rheumatism, no better,
could travel home, better du so, papers imper
James M. Davidson, ]o3d regiment,
tonville, Venango county, fever, in ho-pital
eleven weeks here and at Newport News, has
papers, would like to go home.
James Cowan, 103 d regiment, Hart
Butler county, Measles, mind has been affect
ed, should go home, has papers.
David Smyser, 61st regiment, Pittsburg, di
arrhoea and rheumatism, no papers, very feeble,
should go home,
Thos. Davis, 52d regiment, Hyde Park, Lu
zerne county, wounded in foot, wants to go
home short time, but don't want a discharge.
Robert Campbell, 62d regiment, Wilkesbarre,
Luzerne county, fever and pain in breast, three
weeks in hospital at Newport News, two weeks
here, wants to be discharged, belongs to hand,
which he thinks might be dispensed with alto
gether; has papers.
Edward Magraw, Ist Pennsylvania artillery,
Philadelphia, bleeding at lungs, very feeble,
should go home, has papers.
Andrew J. Salliards, 103 d regiment, Inthen•
wood, Clarion county, measles and c0u2,11, lungs
affected, very feeble, should be discharged, no
papers, no money, no clothes.
Jacob Graf, 102 d regiment, Bermingham, Al
legheny county, fever, bowels affected, looks
well, no papers, wants to go home.
Geo. W. Cribba, 83d regiment, Armagh, In
diana county, brain fever, getting better, no
Ernam Qegler, 12th Reserve, Philadelphia,
rheumatism and diarrhoea, wants a furlough, no
Daniel White, 103 d regiment, Plumville, In
diana county, debility, father with him, would
not do to take him home, no papers.
James Osburn, 12th Penn'a Reserves, rup
tured six or eight weeks ago, in hospital ten
days at White House, and five days here, no
papers, getting worse, complains of nothing
being done for him.
Sylvester Dale, 103 regiment, Highland, Cla
rion county, measles, affected in the head, no
better, can't stand the sun, better be sent home,
Jerome Jennings, 86th regiment, Hornets-
Somerset county, lungs affected, getting
no better, no papers, three weeks Newport
News, two weeks here.
Alpheus Crothers, 6th U. S. Cavalry, Badon
P. 0., Beaver county, wounded in neck" and
side in skirmish, near .latersville, bullet still
in him, wants to go back when able, no papers,
wants to go home.
Augustus Solomon, 93d regiment, Norris
town, Montgomery county, rheumatism, sprain
in back, not been tit for duty for three months,
no papers, wants to go home, thinks he will
never be fit for duty again.
J. H. Wright, 103 d regiment, Tarantum,
Allegheny county, Pa., neuralgia and heart
disease, wants to go home, has a family, no pa
pers, no money.
Nathan Willets, 93d regiment, Hazleton,
Luzerne county, ruptured, wants to go home,
Geo. S. Hanna, 63d regiment, Springvale,
Allegheny county, chronic diarrhsea and rheu
matism, wants to go home on furlough, thinks
he can do duty in a month, no papers, often
written for them but cannot obtain them.
James Clark, 63d regiment, Pittsbuig, rheu
matism in back, been in hospital since 15th
May, here for last two weeks, no papers, wants
furlough for a month, getting better.
Samuel Barnhard, 93d regiment, Comstock,
Lebanon 'county, typhoid fever twice, no pa
pers, getting better.
phoid fever e and b e Lea, 96
hr e e L onimenregiment, Philadelphia,
e, no papers, has
drawn his pay, wants to go home on furlough,
is very feeble.
Franklin Crane, 83d regiment, Lundy's Lane,
Erie county, been in hospital for two weeks,
typhoid fever, wants to go home, will not
again be fit for service, no papers, no money,
says the fare is hard.
Thomas Aires, .23d regiment, Philadelphia,
pulmonary affection, imperfect papers getting
no better and think; he sbould be discharged
fro m the service, four months pay due.
John Schwartz, 62d regiment, Old Forge,
Luzern county, neuralgia and swelling of the
leg, getting weaker, wants to go home, has a
family sick, no papers.
Bradon Porter, 103 d regiment, Annandale,
Butler county, palpitation of the heart, getting
worse, wants to go home, says he is of no use