War of the Rebellion: Serial 115 Page 0239 SUSPECTED AND DISLOYAL PERSONS.

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John Haislip, James Haislip, William Hick, Alexander L. McKenzie, Thomas H. Haislip, Bushrod W. Bayliss, Mahlon H. Janney.

By order of the Secretary of War:

L. THOMAS,

Adjutant-General.

WAR DEPARTMENT, Washington, February 21, 1862.

Colonel JUSTIN DIMICK, Fort Warren, Boston Harbor.

COLONEL: You may release on the 22nd day of February instant the following prisoners confined in Fort Warren upon their engaging upon honor that they will render no aid or comfort to the enemies in hostility to the Government of the United States: J. R. Barber, B. Burton, R. S. Freeman, J. A. Douglass, J. F. Newton, G. A. Shackleford, F. D. Flanders, Jose English, M. W. Barr, A. Da Costa, William H. Winder, R. S. Grissons, S. F. Newton, E. Siber, J. R. Flanders, Charles Keene, James Brown, Parker H. French, Edward Baum, E. C. Mayatt, Ed. O'Neill, George Wan Amringe, William St. George, William H. Gatchell, J. Hanson Thomas, P. F. Rasin, William G. Harrison, Robert M. Denison, William F. Mckewen.

By order of the Secretary of War:

L. THOMAS,

Adjutant-General.

WAR DEPARTMENT, Washington, February 21, 1862.

Lieutenant Colonel MARTIN BURKE,

Fort Lafayette, New York Harbor.

COLONEL: You may release on the 22nd day of February instant the following prisoners confined in Fort Lafayette upon their engaging upon their honor that they will render no aid or comfort to the enemies in hostility to the Government to the United States: W. T. Casto, Guy S. Hopkins, David C. Wattles, George W. Jones, N. S. Reneau, J. M. Ogden, Thomas O'Leary, R. W. Buckles, Thomas A. Brookbanks, Rutson Maury, E. H. Jones, George Julius, J. Garnett Guthrey, Christopher Ledwidge, J. M. Perkins, Thomas Mathews, C. H. Marriott, Thomas Quigley, David C. Hall, Isaiah Butler, John Hagins, of Kentucky; S. R. Burnett, Patrick Brandy, William M. Smith, Richard Lewis, A. N. Baker, Robert W. Rasin, Edward C. Cottrell, E. H. McCubbin, J. L. Coleman, J. R. Russell, P. O'Brien, A. Thompson, R. C. Holland, J. P. Swain, William Gross, I h. Weaver, H. P. Stunz, J. Smith, William Perry.

By order of the Secretary of War:

L. THOMAS,

Adjutant-General.

GENERAL ORDERS,

HDQRS. ARMY OF THE POTOMAC, No. 60.

Washington, February 21, 1862.

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8. All deserters from the enemy and other persons coming within our lines will be at once taken to the provost-marshal of the nearest division, who will examine them in the presence of the division commander or an officer of his staff designated for the purpose and communicate the