HEADQUARTERS CAVALRY CORPS,
Macon, [May] 12, 1865 - 9 p. m. (Received 15th.)
Major General GEORGE H. THOMAS:
Clement C. Clay delivered himself a prisoner at this place to-day. He asserts his innocence of the charge against [him] and says he scorns to fly from investigation. General Upton reports the arrest of A. H. Stephens yesterday. I shall place him and Mr. Clay with Davis.
J. H. WILSON.
RALEIGH, May 12, 1865.
General Wilson telegraphs that all the rebel cavalry, between 4,000 and 5,000, have surrendered.
J. M. SCHOFIELD,