War of the Rebellion: Serial 116 Page 0208 PRISONERS OF WAR AND STATE, ETC.

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11. Lieutenant S. R. Knight, First Rhode Island Volunteers, released and forwarded to Fort Monroe, Va., January 15, 1862, in exchange for Lieutenant Shannon, Seventh [Seventeenth] North Carolina Volunteers.

In all the above cases the persons interested are to consider themselves released from their parole except perhaps Lieutenants Hunt and Ives.

The following exchanges are now pending:

1. Thomas B. Griffin, released from Fort Warren and forwarded to Norfolk December 29, 1861, on his parole not to bear arms against the United States, but to be released from his parole in the event of his obtaining the discharge of a Federal prisoner of equal rank.

2. Captain W. Sutton, North Carolina Volunteers, forwarded to Norfolk January 17, 1862, to be exchanged for Captain Withington, First Michigan Volunteers.

3. First Lieutenant A. E. Bell, North Carolina Volunteers, forwarded to Norfolk January 17, 1862, to be exchanged for First Lieutenant S. B. Preston, Fourth Michigan Regiment.

4. John W. Poole, adjutant Seventh [Seventeenth] North Carolina Volunteers, forwarded to Norfolk January 17, 1862, to be exchanged for Adjutant Peirson, Twentieth Massachusetts Volunteers. Adjutant Peirson sent to Old Point January 27.

5. First Lieutenant J. T. Lasselle, North Carolina Volunteers, forwarded to Norfolk January 17, 1862, to be exchanged for First Lieutenant M. A. Parks, First Michigan Volunteers. Lieutenant Parks sent to Old Point January 27.

6. [Dr.] R. W. Jeffery forwarded to Norfolk January 17, 1862, to be exchanged for Dr. William Fletcher. Doctor Fletcher sent to Old Point January 27.

7. Lieutenant T. H. Allen, North Carolina artillery, forwarded to Norfolk January 18, 1862, to be exchanged for First Lieutenant R. T. Frank, Eighth Infantry.

8. Lieutenant J. G. Moore, Seventh [Seventeenth] North Carolina Volunteers, forwarded to Norfolk January 18, 1862, to be exchanged for Second Lieutenant W. Booth, Second Wisconsin Volunteers. Lieutenant Bootint January 27.

9. Lieutenant N. H. Hughes, North Carolina Volunteers, forwarded to Norfolk January 18, 1862, to be exchanged for Second Lieutenant E. Connolly, Sixty-ninth New York Militia.

10. Dr. J. E. Lindsay forwarded to Norfolk January 17, 1862, to be exchanged for Dr. C. S. De Graw, assistant surgeon, U. S. Army.

11. William M. Page forwarded to Norfolk January 17, 1862, to be exchanged for Assistant Surgeon Connolly, New York Volunteers.

12. T. S. Wilson forwarded to Norfolk January 19, 1862, to be exchanged for First Lieutenant W. G. Jones, Tenth U. S. Infantry.

13. Second Lieutenant J. W. Hoy, North Carolina Volunteers, forwarded to Norfolk January 19, 1862, to be exchanged for Second Lieutenant C. M. Hooper, California regiment. Lieutenant Hooper sent to Old Point January 27.

The above officers in the event of their failing to procure the exchanges specified are to return to Fort Warren on the expiration of their respective paroles.

The exchange of Colonel O. B. Willcox for Colonel Pegram is refused, "he being held as a hostage, to be treated exactly as the Federal Government treats Southern citizens captured on the ocean. "

In obedience to instructions I have proposed the following Federal officers may be exchanged: Major and Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel Bomford, Sixth Infantry; Captain Z. R. Bliss, Eighth Infantry; First Lieutenant