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41447 ' VW/4M ra.LfiIOWS.D.WJI
ENLISTMENTS IN PTINNSYLTLNIL
Washington, July 28, 1862.
His Excellency,vli. G. CURTIN,
Governor of Pennsylvania:
Six :-1 have been directed to advise you
that the system of enlisting recruits for nine
and twelve months, adopted in Pennsylvania,
has produced great dissatisfaction in other
States, which have confined themselves to en
listigente for three years or the war.
Tals system, as you are aware, was adopted
without any intention on the part of your Ex
cellency or of the General Governinent to
make an Unfair diatinctian between the States.
The War Department entertains an earnest
desire to act in entire harmony with the State
Governments, and a strong sense of the earnest
and effident aid which it has always promptly
received from your Excellency ; and it is only
because the Department is fully satisfied of the
inexpediency of short enlistments ; the impos
sanity of extending the system to other States,
and the justice of the complaints already ad
verted to, that a change is proposed in Penn
• -Hence the Secretary of War is compelled to
ask your Excellency to change your s) stem of
recruiting and let your regtriaents go to the field
on an equality, in every respect, with those from
The mustering officer will continue to muster
into service recruits enlisted for nine and twelve
months, until the tenth day of August next, at
which time it is supposed the change suggested
Will have been completed.
By order of the Secretary of War.
C. P. BUCKINGHAM,
Brigadier General and A. A. G.
GENERAL ORDER I
HEADQUARTIMB, PENN A.
Harrisburg, July 29, 1862.
I. In pursuance of the foregoing communi
cation from the War Department, no more au
thorities to recruit men for the nine months
term ofservioe will be issued from these Head
11. All persons now engaged in recruiting
squads for that term of service, under Oenerai
Orders Nos. 28 and 30, of this series, are or
dered to report their squads • whether com
plete or incomplete, to Captain William B.
Lane, 11. B. A., mustering and disbursing offi
cer at Harrisburg, before the 10th day of Au
gust next, that they may be mustered into the
service of the 'United States, for the nine
months term for which they have been enlist
ed, and receive the advanced months pay,
premium and bounty to which they will be en
titled. After that date all enlistments for new
regiments under the late call of the President,
will be for three years or during the war.
HI. Authorities to recruit tor. three years
or during the war will be issued under General
sons to whom authority has already been grant
ed, can continue to enlist men for the three
years or war term of service.
IV. Persons enlisted for nine months may
change their term of enlistment for that of three
years or during the war, at any time before
they are organised into companies.
By order of A. 0. CURTIN,
Governor and Commander-in-Chisf.
A. L. Russza,,
.Adjutant General of Pann'a.
BY TELEG 1.
FROM FORTRESS MONROE.
509 HEM) OF CATTLE STOLEN BY
THE REBEL AMY.
MOVEMENTS OF THE REBEL
CONDITION. OF RICHMOND.
ARRIVAL OF RELEASED PRISONERS
The Rebels Building Iron-Glad Gun
The steamer State of Milne arrived at Fort
roes Monroe this morning at "seven o'clock,
from City Point, with three hundred and fifty
released prisoners from Richmond. They were
brought down to City Point in baggage cars,
in charge: of• Dr. Callen, Medical director of
Longstreet's Division, and received by Colonel
Sweitser, of Gen. MoClellan's Staff. Every
courtesy was shown to these prisoners, and our
sick and wounded, whilst in prison, were kindly
Dr. Burritt, the Surgeon in charge of the
State of Maine, says the released prisoners were
visited at Harrison's Landing by Gen. McClel
lan and one of , his Staff officers, and the Med
ical Director of the Army of the Potomac, Dr.
Settematt, who examined the condition of the
The prisoners were brought down in freight
cars, for which the' Rebel officers apologized,
saying that all their cars were occupied in send
ing troops to General Jackson. In reply' to a
question where Jackson was, it was replied that
nobody knew where Jackson was, brit that they
knew enough of him' to reinforce him.
The rebels are building three iron-clad gun
boats at Richmond—one, the "New Merrimac"
15 nearly completed, and ready for the guns to
be put on board—another, called the "Lady
Davis," is now being iron-clad
and the third
one is on the stocks not so far advanced.
A rebel soldier said their camps were about
three and a half miles back from the James
river—that they kept back out of the way :of
the shells of the gunboats, for they did not
like our gunboats.
General McClellan Was glad to see the re
soldiers and conversed freely with them.
Ooe of them rem irked that he hoped to get
well and help to take Richmond, to which the
General rttplied : Yon will have to make haste
It is reported thitt'tlie rebels have succeeded
II delving of a large number. of cattle belong
HARRISBURG, PA., TUESDAY MORNING; JULY 29, 1862.
Forruzse Momuy July 27
There has been and still is a considerable
number of rebel troops along the James river
between City Point end Richmond, and also at
or near Petersburg. They appear to be moving
toward Richmond. One of one returned sol
diers saw five trains carrying troops from Pe
tersburg towards Richmond.
Fifteen rebel prisoners were brought to Fort
ress Monroe this, Sunday, afternoon from Suf
folk, having been captured near that place
yes' erday. Among them are two commission
On Friday evening the rebels crossed '.ver the
river a little above Harrison's Landing, and
took a captain off of a schooner and buroed the
schooner, and then went acd diove away five
hundred cattle belonging to the army of the
Potomac, and these cattle were said to have
been at least a mile within our picket lines.
Owing to this loss, no beef could be obtained
at Harrison's Landing for those on board the
State of Maine.•
This boat is in fine condition and attracts our
attention for the order and newness with so
many sick and wounded on .
her decks. Dr.
Jacks of Pennsylvania is on board sick from
over exertion while among the suffering soldiers,
There- has been and now is a considerable
rebel force along the James river, between
City Point and Richmond, and also at or near
Petersburg, but they appear, by movements
witnessed within the last two or three days, to
be moving the Petersburg troops north, but
we can obtain no proof that they are going be
The city of Richmond is iu a very bad condi
tion, great care having been taken of the clean
liness of the streets. The filthiest parts of the
city is said to be the tobacco storehouses, which
are now used for prisoners. So many being
crowded away in them that they soon become
filthy and not fit for human beings to inhabit.
LATE SOUTHERN NEWS.
EGROES HUNG IN NORTH -CAROLINA.
The Frequency of Desertion from the
EXTORTIONISTS IN REBELDOM:
The Yankees and the Negroes.
Reported Massacre , on Roanoke Island.
p a . 4 0140 DifVol I:0:1 %.11,,11N
Two negroee were executed at Kingston, N.
C., on Friday lest, by order of Colonel Sol.
Williams, 0. S. A. They were found guilty of
drumming up recruits for Burnside.
TON NIXECIIIENOT ON DUAMMON TROY TUN MIS=
[From the Riot:mond lixamlner. July 25.
There are anumbs tr of 'peopl in t h
who are detained from active participation in
the war by the confines of age or family. These
people may do a most valuable service to the
Government and make an important contribu
tion the war by assisting in the apprehension of
deserters and stragglers from the army, by giv
ing information to the authorities of the places
of refuge of these. creatures, by setting their
faces against them, and by doing all that is
possible to drive back to their 'posts of duty
thole who have skulked from them and are
roaming the country in the dirty and disgrace- ,
ful uniforms of soldiers. There should be no
resting place for the feet of these creatures.
Every man and woman in the country is able
to do something in pursuing, shaming and
driving back to the ranks those who have de
serted their colors and their comrades and
turned their backs upon their country's service.
Let all ages and sexes in the country assist the
goVernment in reclaiming deserters and strag
glers, and in maintaining the integrity of our
army. We trust the exhortation will not be
lost upon the country. Desertions are reducing
our army, defying its discipline , corrupting its- spirit
and morale, and seriously endangering the fortunes
of our cause.
*Desertions, from the army are already nu
merous and the country must do what it can to
repair the evil. The fact is, however, that we
should have heard but little of this military
crime and public disgrace to our arms if the
Government had had the nerve and the con
science to execute the death penalty in its ann.
les. The men who are responsible for this
shameful and alarming frequency of desertions
tp our armies are Jefferson Davis, George W.
Randolph and Robert E. Lee. The crime of
desertion is punishable with death ; ii is so by
the Articles of War, the practice of cipilised
nations, and the precepts of intelligent hu—
manity. It is no time for a mawkish tender
ness to trifle with the destinies of a whole na
tion. The sentimental suspension of the pen
alty of death in our army is not only a mis
taken humanity, it encourages crime, sacrifices
to childish emotion the efficiency of our
Iroops,,the safety of our country, the success
of our cause, and is a terrible cruelty for
which our Government stands responsible in
the eyes of God and man.
An instance lately occurred Where, in face of
the enemy, and in daily expectation of a great
battle on the Richmond lines, a deserter who
had been apprehended in the very act of enter
mg the enemy's lino, and sentenced to death
by a court-martial, was respited three different
times. The consequence of this weak indul
gence was a new crop of deserters; the hesita
don of the authorities to execute the law was
the signal for new violations of it, and to-day
the country is filled with deserters, straggleis
and absentees from the army, who laugh at
the terrors of court-martial, and the penalties
of having their%pay, stopped . and being advpy
deed-in the newspapers for crimes which, by
aw, custom and necessity, deserve death. The
Government has toyed , with sentiment enough
in this matter. The country is engaged in a
death struggle. If we are subjugated there is
no parallel to the horrors of our late, since the
ruthless atrocities of Attilla and his barbari
ans: In snob a contest the Government
be serious, and not weigh the sentiments of
preachers and humanitarians in petticoats
against the safety of the country, the letter of
the law and the doctrines of enlarged and en
lightened mercy, which require that discipline
and efficiency should be maintained in our
army at the price of death to deserters.
EXTOBIIOIO3II3 Dr BIBILDOX.
[From the . Richmond Ranniner, July 22.].
In the development of the war we are wag
ing theta is one lasting stigma on its moral
chataeter. We refer to the almost outvotes"
rage in the South of the yile lusts of avarice
and extortiotOn'Whielinlitire Southern
chants have outdone Yankees and Jews, and
have not only defiled themselves, but inflict a
burning disgrace upon the nation, prostituted
a noble war to the most infamous purposed, and
blackened their country in the eyes of the
Tne whole South &thinks with the huts of extortion
The extent to .which it prevails in this city is
enormous and shameless; trade is reduced to a dev
ilish art to make money out of the distresses
of humanity ; and that hypocrisy may be add
ed to other diabolical accomplishments, the
extortioners of Richmond take the upper seats
in church, talk patriotism and give into the
contribution boxes small pinchiogs from enor
mous gains ; dandy preachers and hospital ma
trons taking these filthy gifts of the plunderers
of society as tokens of the liberality and patri
otism of the &moil.
The lengths to which extortion has gone in
this' community are almait incredible. A single
instance may serve as an illustration. Through
the active and enlarged exertions of the Gov
merit Clothing Bureau in this. city, contracts
have been made with 'a number of mills in the
south by which it has been agreed that they
shall furnish supplies for the army at stipulaled
prices. Some days ago an officer purchased at
this Bureau for his use a piece of cloth at two
dollars and sixty cents a yard. This, the Gov
ernment price, was largely remunerative to the
manufacturer ; it paid him a considerable profit,
and he was satisfied to obtain that without
grasping - for the uttetmost Abu of avarice and
extortion. The price of the same style of cloth,
manufactured at our doors in Richmond, was
inquired at stores on Main street; the reply
was, sixteen and eighteen dollars a yard.
THE YANKEES AND THE NEGROES
[Prom the Richmond Dispatch, July 18
It appears from statements in the northern
newspapers that fil'Clellan proposes to employ
negroes to perform the hard lauor on his fortifi
cations, with a view to save his troops from the
perils of sunstroke. This is the sort of freedom
the deluded slaves enjoy when they get into the
clutches of the abolitionists. They are worked
to death, in order to save the lives Of a propor
tionate number of miserable Yankees, not one
half of Whom can lay as much claim to respect
ability as the blackest cornfield negro in Vir
ginia. We hope our authorities, in negotiating
for an exchange of prisoners will make the in
vaders account for at least a portion of the "con
trabands" they have stolen, though in memo
up their relative value it should appear that one nigger
was equal to two Yankees.
NAPuEIND NABSACRUI ON ILOANOKS ISLAND
It is believed in Eastern North Carolina
that an insurrection has taken place among
the several thousands runaway negroes on
Roanoke island. It is said that, becoming
dissatisfied with the harsh treatment experi
enced at the hands of their new masters, they
took advantage of an opportunity presented
while the Yankees were at dinner, and seized
the stacked arms, fired into them and killed
several. The Yankees, recovering from the
panto into which they wens at first thrown, re
took their Fins and slaughtered- almost every
Newbem on Monday evening, beginning at
three, and continued until seven o'clock p. m.
The Enquirer, of the same day, contains the
following: We learn by a gentleman from
North Carolina that the Yankees forces on
Roanoke Island having become very oppressive
in their measures towards the negroes in their
employ, the latter, a few days ago, rose upon
the Yankees and killed a large number of
them. Subsequently the Yankees armed
themselves with revolvers, and massacred about
eight hundred of the negro laborers. The next
day the - Yankees evacuated the Island.
THE NEW CALL POE TB OOPS
APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE BOUNTY
Prompt Action of Northampton and
ALLIZTORW, July 28.
The commissioners of Lehigh county today
appropriated $lO,OOO for the bounty to volun
teeni under the new call, being $5O for each
Beam, July 28.—The County , Commissioners
of Northa m pton ' county' had appropriated
$BO,OOO for the bounty and support of the fam
ilies of volunteers. Her qUota will be ready in
a few days.
FROM - NEW ORLEANS.
Beauregard Reported Very Si&
Niw Tois, July 28
Steamer Marion from New Orleans on the
twentieth arrived here at three o'cloOk. The
health of the city is good ; two thousand men
are employed in cleanseing the streets. ,
The news of the exploits of - the rebel ram lir
kansas caused some excitement litit Soon quieted
lieauregard is very sick, es is reported bythe
Mobile papers. The papers contain no news.
Rebel Raid on the- Memphis and
Naerrvuss, July 27.
The 'Penth Ohio regiment, whilst guarding
ihe Memphis and Charleston Railroad between
Docatur and Courtland, were attacked yester
day' by a large force of guerillas wider Stems
and Ward, and some thirty or forty of the
regiftwent ate said to have been killed. The
road was considerably damaged but not so much
as to cut off communication. A large rebel
force is reported to ba near Toscumbia, and
Cot. Forrest is reported to be at Carthage, with
the object, it is supposed, of making a descent
on the Louisville Railroad.
Cotton nominal 48044 ; flour lower 14,600
bble eold state $4 9005 60 ; Ohlo $5 4606'66
Southern $6 8605 `B6'; wheat advenced 1 et.,
196,000 bush. said, °Meek° warring $112424117
Milviattkie club $1 1401 20; ted $1 20®
1 81; white4l 8701 46 ; corn 1 , - cent lower,
97,000 buss sold at 62(456 ; pork heavy' firm,
$B, 7EOB 87;.meat 81010 ' B7 ; lard firm
whiekey firm at 48029 ; sugar firm at Sipa
11; !Mein thin, molases five ote.iier quint
PANNBILVANIA'S SICK AND WOUND
List of Names in the Hospital at
Annapolis, Md. •
Doff, EL company S, 101st regiment.
Donnelly, S. J., company E, 62d regiment.
Donald, Franklin, company F, 98d regiment.
Davinny, Mathew, company o,Blst regiment.
Daisley, Mathew, company 0, 81st regiment.
Devlin ' James, corporal, company D, Bth
regiment, R. V. C.
Doll, 0., company 0, 61st regiment.
Elnt, George 0., company A, 104th regiment,
dysentery, convalescent. Residence, Doyles
town Bucks county.
Elliott, Samuel B , company A, 7th regiment,
R. V. O.
Egolf, Joseph, company 11, 7th regiment, B
Everete, John A., company A, 104th regi
Eichlan, Joseph, company X, 61st regiment.
Ellis, Wm., company G, Bth regiment,R. V.
0., sick. Residence, Williamsport.
Ehrenrichl, Levi, company F, 62d regiment,
wounded in left arm. Residence, Pittsburg.
Evans, Jenkins, Corporal, company H, 81st
regiment, wounded in left hand. Residence,
Edwards, Samuel, company G, 621 regiment.
Erwin, Robert, company G, 62 regiment.
Ensminger, Wm. E. company A, 7th R. V.
C., finger shot off. Residence, Carlisle
Edwards, Wm., company D, 23d regiment,
finger off. Residence, Philadelphia.
Ellingsworth, Robert, company H, 95th regi
Fauket, 1., company 1, 101st regiment.
Pecks, Harinan, corporal, company E, 4th R.
Fritinger, James, company E, 61st regiment.
Fahey, Peter, company G, 62d regiment;
wounded in both knees. Residence, Luzerne
Forster, Wm. A., company H, 33d regiment,
wounded in breast. Wife and children in Phil
Fee, Win., compapy . E, 81st regiment.
Fincle, George, company D, 9th R. V. C.
Farren, Wm., company LK, 23d regiment.
Fenney, D., company F, 280 regiment.
Fisher, Abel, company G, 62d regiment.
Fulton, Win., company B, 61st regiment.
Fairchild, W.; company D, 61st regiment.
Fisher, Job, company 0, 101st regiment.
Frankenfins, W., company G, 108 d regiment.
Frankenfins, D., corporal, company G, 104th
Felger, J. G., company ID, 106th regiment.
Fitzpatrick, Charles, Sergeant, company C,
Gray, Liam, company D, 49th regiment.
George, Alphoni3o, company F, 88d regiment.
Grembling, L, company H, 12th R. V. Q.
Gorden, Win., company K, Ist Cavalry regi
ment, lever. Residence Pittsburg.
Goodrich, Win. H., wagoner, company 0,
10th E: V. C. -
mpany I, 81st regiment.
Leave of absence July 11, 1882.
Green, Philip, company A, 28d regiment,
wounded in right foot. Residence, Philadel
Green, Thomason, company 0, 96th regi
ment, wounded in right shoulder. Father,
mother and 'children in Philadelphia.
Graves, 33., company H, 88d 'regiment,
wounded in right band. Residence, Crawford
Giant, Andrew, company X, 49th regiment.
• Gore, D. W., Sergeant, company H, 67th
Golph, James B, company X, 7th R. V. C.
Genni, Jacob M., company IC, 61st regiment.
Grants, D., 62d regiment.
Goff, B. J., Lieut.. 88d regiment.
Gordon, F , Ist Rifles.
Goodlow, W., Ist Rifles.
George Robert, company. A, 62d regiment.
Grogan, Charles M., company D, 102c1 regi
Gallaher, Patrick, company H, 81st regiment.
Gaskerba, Charles, company D; 62d regiment.
Grimes, John, company B, 7th B. V. C.
Galloway, George, company G, 96th regiment.
Greenman, Theodore, company 0, 96th regi
Harthom, David, company I, 105th regiment.
Heck, Daniel . 8., corporal, company I, 26th
Heasley, John A., company B, Ist artillery.
Haveratraw,Augustus, company G, let ar
tillery, died ay 27th, 1862.
Highbogger, James, company F, 63d regi
Hammond, John, company A. 81st regiment.
Hudson, Balph 8., company' 11, 10th R. Y.C.
Hill, Samuel, company I, 4th R. V. 0.
Hall, A. J. company H, 4th B. V. C.
Roll Andrew, company B, 9th R. V. 0., ty
phoid fever, convalescent. Residence, Pittsburg.
Henry, Wm. H., company B, 4th R. V. 0.,
pleurisy. Residence, Coatesville.
Hoffman, Henry, company I, 81st regiment.
Henderson, Christopher, company H, 11th
R. V. 0., fever, convalescent. Residence, Arm
Heldrith, Thomas, company D, 106th regi
ment, died June 18th, 1862.
Hamer, Samuel, company D, 62d, regiment,
wounded in thigh. Residence, Lewisburg.
Hampton, Augustus, company I, 104tb. reg
Huffman, Reuben. company A, 62d regi
ment, died June 9, 1861.
Hagen, William, company I, 104th regiment.
Haknees, T. C., Capt., company H, 81st reg
Hawk, T. 0., tient., company I, Slat regi
Redden, Wm. A., company G, 106th regi
ment, wounded in the side and thumb and
finger cut off. Residence, Jefferson county.
Hess, David H., corporal, company A, 106th
regiment, wounded, hand and breast. Resi
James fian.is, company B, 723 regiment.
Hart, John, company F, Slst regiment,
wounded in right arm, wife and children.
Henry, Adam, Sergeant, company H,
regiment, wounded in right arm. Residence,
Hayes, J. G. 4 company F, 10th regiment,
wounded in right hip. Residence, Beaver co.
Haas, Christian, company C, 4th regiment,
wounded in left foot Residence, Montgomery
Hunt, Jacob, company M. 62d regiment,
wounded in right shoulder. Residence, Hun
Hilbert, John M, company L, 4th- regi
ment, R. V. O. wounded in head.. Realdence,
Niw Yogi, Jime 28.
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Hoffman, J. H., company F, Bth cavalry.
Harlan, Nicholas, drummer, 67th regiment.
Hondell, Daniel, company G, let cavalry.
Hilbert, Jonathan, corporal, 7th R. V. C.,
rheumatism. Residence. Perry county.
Hughs, Jaines, company D, 23d regiment.
Human, S., corporal, company D, 62d reg
Harris, A., company B, 61st regiment.
Heady, 1., " K, 108 d "
Hofferd, N., " G, 104th "
Hoseack, George N., company F, 9th B. V.C.
Hunter, John S., sergeant. company C, 9th
U. V. C.
Hatton; W. H. D., chaplain, Ist rifles.
Haymaker, John, company A, 88d regiment
Henderson, Wm. " E, 3d R. V. C.
Hiliburn, John, company F, 98th regiment.
Hutton, Thomas, company K, 7th regiment
H. Y. C.
Hobart, Wm., company B, 105th regiment.
Hirst, Jacob, ?d 62d
Hawk, Edward, " I, Ist rifles. "
Janks„ Theodore, company F, Ist rifles, dis
eased lungs. Residence, Carbon co.
Irvin, John A., company H , 62d regiment.
Irvin, George, " D, 63d "
Johnston, Jacob, " B, 6th " R.V.O.
James, B njamin, ‘• E, 47th " R.V.O.
Jenkins, R. a, " E, 57th "
Johnston, John L., company B, 101st regi
Johnston, Edward R., or.m.pany 8., 104th
regiment, wounded left thigh. Residence,
Jenny, Jaeob M., company EC, 61st regi
ment, wounded leg and breast. Ettsidence,
Jones: Robert, company C, 62d regiment,
pounded left thigh. Residence. Clinton co.
Johnston, Charles F., colonel 81st regiment.
Jenkins. Abraham, company E, 9th tee
went, R. V. C., wounded in breast. Residence,
Jones, Benjamin A., company E, 6th regi
ment; R. V. C.
Jennings, A., company B, 62 regiment,
Wounded in right hand and left arm. Resi
Jones, R., company K, 52d regiment.
....Jobs, Joshua, corporal, company C., 61st
Knox, James A, company E, 102 d regiment.
Kendel, David, com..any G, Ist artillery.
Kaufman, George, company H, sth regiment,
R. V. C.
Kaufman, Abraham, company H, 7th regi
ment, B. V. C.
nimbler, James M., company E, 68d regi
Kincaid, James M , company E, 63d regi
ment, wounded, lost right hand. Rteidence,
Klere,Peter, company I, 814 regiment.
Snap, Wm., company IK, 11th regiment, R.
V. C., chronic diarbcoa. Residence, Brooks
Beagg, William, company B, 7th regiment
R. V. C., wounded, lost right hand. Resi
dence, DAupbin county.
Aeen, Whitfield, company G, 67th iegiment i
wounded, leg hurt and finger off. Resilience.
Keeper, J. W., company B. Bih regiment.
B. V. C., wounded in hip. Be idence, Arm
Kuhn, G., company D, 62d regiment,
woundedhlleft leg. Beside-nee, Jefferson co.
Oresque, James, company K, 81st regiment.
King, Wm. H., company G, 9th B. V. 0.
Kilpatrick, E., company F, l 8d B. V. 0.
wounded in hand. /incidence, Northampton
Keovner, W. company E. 68d R. V. 0. ty
phoid fever. fiesidence, Allegheny county.
Kande, Elias, company 0, 106 , h regiment.
Kirk, Thomas Capt., company H, 68c1 regi
Kuhns, Daniel E., company G, Ist urinary.
Knob; A., company G, 104th regiment.
Kennedy, W., Lient , 68d regiment.
Kent Charles, company I), 31st regiment.
Brice, B. 8., company A, lath R. V. C.
Kronen, W. 8., company K, 108 d regiment.
Kreige, James N., company K, 81st regiment.
Logan, D. W., Capt., company A, 106th re
Lee, Win., company E, 81st regiment, on
Lose, Cyrus, company H, 11th R. V. C., died .
Lamond, John, •company A, 81st regiment,
rheumatism. Wife and children, Philadelphia.
Law, Jno. Lawson, company A, 85th regi
ment, wounded in shoulder, severe. Residence,
- Lantz, E., company E, 62nd regiment, wound
ed in left arm. Residence, Bradford county.
Lane, Davis company C, 65th regiment.
Lewis, George W., company I, 101st regi
ment, wounded in right knee. Residence, Alle
Lear, Thomas W., company A, 104th regi
ment, died June 9th 1862
Lenningson, Albert, company B, 52nd regi
Lawrence, Thomas, company E, Eigd regi
ment, woundeo in back. Residence, Alleghe
Lands, Agustin, company C, 12th R. V. 0.,
wounded in the arm. Residence, Tioga county.
Lord, George W., company G, Ist artillery.
Leharg, Cyrus,•company E, 93d regiment.
Landen, L. T., company 0, 106th regiment,
sick. Residence, Bradford county.
Lyman, John, company A, slat regiment.
Lehman, H., company G, 93d regiment.
Lockard, George, company H, 2lstregiment.
Lyman, Michael, company 1,26 ch regiment,
convalescent. Residence, Philadelphia.
Lafferty, James,,lat artillery.
Lewis, Jefferson, company K, 68d regiment.
Loy, Samuel, company G, 9th R. V. 0.,
convalescent.' Residence, Pittsburg.
Lawson, L. T., company 0, 106th regiment.
McCollongh, Jaa., company A, 63d regiment.
Murray, Isaiah, company C, 631 regiment,
diarhoea. Residence, Beaver county.
Manly, David, company B, Ist art.ilery,
termitaut fever, convalescent. Residence, Ly
McKnight, David, company (1 1 7th regiment
B. V. C.
Miller, Harry 8., company Z, Ist cavalry.
McCutchen, George, company E, 68d regi
!dant-peke; David, company F, Bth regi-
ment, R. V. 0.
Myers, Simon '
company H, 18th regiment,
died of wounds, June 12th.
McClintock, 'shoe. J., company H, 86th re
Miller, Benj. company H, 104th regiment,
wounded in right arm. Schnykiii s county.
McCoy, Henry, company D, 28d regiment.
Morrow, Jas. M., sergeant, company E, 101 th
regiment, wounded in left thigh. Residtuce,
Morris, John cximpanir E , m e t reg i me nt ,
rheumatism. Besidence, , Manayunk.
[The balance of the report will be published
in to-morrow Morning's Tsragment.]