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W. G. Grigsby, J. R. Garland, C. W. Gay, Albert F. Holland, R. F. Huffman, N. G. Hamner, Jamerson Hill, F. C. Hartley, Albert A. Hill, J. H. Kirby, James M. Maddox, Jessee J. Mills, W. H. Miller, L. D. Martin, James F. Martin, John G. Miller, Phillip C. Oden, Henry O'Neill, B. G. Payne, John A. Ricks, Joseph D. Ricks, Richard W. Robinson, Jesse W. Robinson, Andrew Spicer, Russell Settle, Jacob Settle, Haden Stonestreet, James W. Stonestreet, James D. Shackleford, C. C. Snead, W. H. Snead, J. B. Spicer, John W. Smith, Judson Settle, C. H. Settfiel, J. M. Trevillians, J. M. Taylor, N. T. Wash, Whorton, James T. Willett. List of wounded, Company G, 49th Virginia Infantry, at Hatcher's Run, February 6, 1865 :

John W. Corbin, Judson A. Corbin, Henry Baggerly, William Henry Miller, Henry O'Neill, R. W. Robinson, J. R. Harrison.

[From the Richmond Dispatch, July 5, 1896.]

WOUNDED AT WILLIAMSBURG, Va.

List of Those Left in the Hospital After the Battle of May 6, 1862.

WILLIAMSBURG, VA., June 29, 1896.

To the Editor of the Dispatch:

In view of the fact that there may be some members of each of the commands to which these comrades belonged, who are in ignorance of their fate and would be glad of this information, I send you for publication a list of those who were left wounded in Williamsburg, after the battle here on May 5, 1862. These names have been kindly furnished to and preserved by Magruder-Ewell Camp Confederate Veterans.

H. T. JONES.

List of the wounded Confederate soldiers left in the Baptist Church Hospital, at Williamsburg, Va., after the battle on the 5th of May,

1862:

William M. Richardson, lieutenant Company B, 17th Regiment, Virginia Infantry; died May 29, 1862, at Rev. T. M. Ambler's. Buried in the Episcopal churchyard; afterwards removed by friends. William L. Rector, Company C, 11th Virginia Infantry; died May

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James Keating, Company G, 17th Regiment, Virginia Infantry; died May 27, 1862.

J. B. Twyner, Company I, 3d Virginia Infantry; died May 21, 1862. J. B. Penn, Company E, 17th Virginia Infantry; died May 19, 1862. William I. Davis, Company C, 18th Virginia Infantry; died June 8, 1862. Buried at the cemetery near the residence of Mrs. George Morrison.

R. B. Caper, Company C, 11th Virginia Infantry; died May 19, 1862.

D. J. C. Jones, Company F, 11th Regiment, Virginia Infantry; died May 25, 1862.

James Barnett, Company F, 19th Regiment, Virginia Infantry; died June 4, 1862.

J. G. Crailey, Company F, 11th Regiment, Virginia Infantry; died May 27, 1862.

William Kinchloe, Company B, 8th Regiment, Virginia Infantry; removed from the residence of Sydney Smith to Fort Monroe, where he died in September, 1862.

P. W. Pannill, Company F, 7th Regiment, Virginia Infantry; died at Mrs. C. M. Maupin's June 30, 1862; buried at the cemetery.

R. A. Nelson, Company, 4th Regiment, Virginia Infantry; died at the residence of Mrs. Richard Lively; buried at the cemetery.

I. N. Swann, Company A, 17th Virginia Infantry; died at the residence of A. G. Southall June, 1862; buried at the cemetery. Isaac Crew, discharged from hospital.

J. M. Weeks, Company D, 11th Regiment, Virginia Infantry; discharged.

William H. Jeffries, Company K, 18th Virginia Infantry; from Charlotte county.

G. P. Bailey, Company K, 13th Regiment, North Carolina Infantry; discharged from the residence of Mrs. Claiborne.

W. A. Walker, Company K, 13th Regiment, North Carolina Infantry; discharged.

A. Johnson, Company I, 6th Regiment, North Carolina Infantry; discharged.

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P. R. Wright, Company K, 13th Regiment, North Carolina Infantry; died May 20, 1862.

D. E. Coldfelter, Company E, 5th Regiment, North Carolina Infantry; discharged.

William Pitts, Company B, Palmetto Regiment, South Carolina; died in the Episcopal Church Hospital, May 15, 1862.

S. M. L. Sheeler, Company B, 5th Regiment, South Carolina; died June 18, 1862, at the residence of C. C. P. Waller. Buried in Episcopal churchyard.

R. H. Bardine, Company I, 4th South Carolina Regiment; died May 31, 1862, at the residence of A. G. Southall. Buried at the cemetery.

A. C. Sheon, Company A, 5th Regiment, South Carolina; discharged from the residence of John De Neufville.

W. M. Grier, Company F, 6th Regiment, South Carolina; discharged.

John Daisy, Company I, 8th Regiment, Alabama; died May 14, 1862.

O. H. Moore, Company C, 10th Regiment, Alabama; discharged. T. J. Parr, Company I, 10th Regiment, Alabama; died October 7, 1862.

P. Dargan, Company I, 8th Regiment, Alabama; died May 24, 1862.

D. Safford, Company G, 14th Alabama Regiment Infantry; discharged from the residence of Mrs. King.

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W. P. Everette, Company H, 9th Regiment, Alabama; died May

1862.

W. F. Armistrong, Company B, 14th Regiment, Alabama Infantry; died May 15, 1862.

S. McCarley, Company I, 6th Regiment, Alabama Infantry; died May 25, 1862.

H. J. Summerline, Company B, 14th Regiment, Alabama Infantry; died May 18, 1862.

T. H. Moore, Company C, 10th Regiment, Alabama Infantry; died May 18, 1862.

D. H. Woolley, Company C, 10th Regiment, Alabama Infantry; died August 14, 1862.

G. M. Blackburn, Company B, 10th Regiment, Alabama Infantry; died May 27, 1862.

T. Sherman, Company A, 2d Regiment, Florida; died———————— 22, 1862.

C. S. Fleming, Company B, 2d Regiment, Florida.

S. J. Shapply, Company H, 18th Regiment, Mississippi; discharged.

A. J. Bryan, Company I, 18th Regiment, Mississippi; discharged.

N. S. Patterson, Company B, 18th Regiment, Mississippi; discharged from the residence of H. T. Jones; since dead.

M. Tierney, Company C, 18th Regiment, Mississippi Infantry; discharged.

William Baldridge, Company D, 18th Regiment, Mississippi Infantry; died May 27, 1862.

R. Crawford, Company K, 14th Regiment, Louisiana; died May 27, 1862.

J. M. Carey, Company B, 14th Regiment, Louisiana; died May 18, 1862.

James Coyle, Company C, 14th Regiment, Louisiana; discharged. D. C. Hindlestone, Company B, 2d Regiment, Florida.

John W. Lea, captain, 5th North Carolina; discharged from the residence of Colonel G. Durfey.

J. F. Hayse, lieutenant Company B, 5th North Carolina; died at the residence of Colonel Durfey.

Forney, colonel, Alabama; discharged from the residence of Mrs. Harriette Henley.

H. Jones, Company I, 19th Mississippi Regiment; discharged from the residence of Rev. Mr. Blain.

William Payne, major 7th Virginia Regiment; discharged from the residence of William S. Peachy.

L. Williams, colonel 1st Virginia Regiment; discharged from the residence of Mrs. Lucy Tucker.

S. Reeve, lieutenant 1st Regiment Virginia Infantry; discharged from the residence of Mrs. Lucy Tucker.

James Dooley, 1st Regiment Virginia Infantry; discharged from the residence of Mrs. Lucy Tucker.

V. Taliaferro, 11th Regiment Virginia Infantry; discharged from the residence of Mrs. Lucy Tucker.

W. L. Wingfield, Company D, 20th Regiment Virginia Infantry; discharged from the residenct of R. W. Hansford.

I. S. Wright, Company B, 8th Regiment Virginia Infantry; discharged from the residence of R. W. Hansford.

Captain Brown, died at the residence of R. W. Hansford, May 6, 1862.

C. H. McKnight, Company A, 17th Virginia Infantry; wounded and lost right arm. Recovered.

John Humphries, captain Company A, 17th Virginia Infantry; died in the Episcopal church at Williamsburg.

[From the Richmond (Va.) Times, July 18, 1896.]

DIDN'T WANT A PARDON.

A Characteristic Letter of General Jubal A. Early.

DISCLAIMED ALLEGIANCE TO UNCLE SAM.

Written Just After the War By the Old Confederate Who Never Surrendered-Facts Concerning the Bitter Contest.

The following letter was written by General Jubal A. Early, that ever unreconstructed Confederate, just after the close of the war, when he was preparing to leave for the city of Mexico. It contains many interesting facts concerning the war, and is thoroughly characteristic of the departed chieftain. It read as follows:

HAVANA, December 18, 1865.

To the Editor of the New York News:

Having seen it stated in several papers published in the United States that I am an applicant for pardon, I desire to say, through your columns, that there is no truth whatever in this statement. I have neither made nor authorized such application, and would not accept a pardon from the President of the United States if gratuitously tendered me without conditions or restrictions of any kind. have nothing to regret in the course pursued by me during the war, except that my services were not of more avail to the cause for which I fought; and my faith in the justice of that cause is not at all shaken by the result.

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I have not given a parole or incurred any obligation to the authorities of the United States, and I utterly disclaim all allegiance to, or dependence upon, the government of that country. I am a voluntary exile from my own country, because I am not willing to submit to the foreign yoke imposed upon it. All declarations attributed to me which are inconsistent with the above statements are entirely without foundation, and I hope there will be no further misapprehension as to my position.

The reports of the campaigns of 1864 and 1865 by Secretary Stanton and Lieutenant-General Grant, recently published, contain many erroneous statements, which do great injustice to the Confederate armies. The press in the Southern States is at present effectu

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