War of the Rebellion: Serial 118 Page 0120 PRISONERS OF WAR AND STATE, ETC.

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Fort Jackson. - Peter Keveny, W. J. Delano, G. H. Stewart, Michael Bowen, L. Delpit, J. M. West, Charles Hobdy, John Hickey.

Fort Pike. - Dr. Theodore Clapp.

Fort Pickens. - J. Dcres, E. N. Rossey, Doctor Booth, C. Morse, D. C. Lowber, C. B. Metcalf, R. Crosby, A. N. Baker, J. Creen, G. T. Grinnell, R. W. Porter, J. Corbitt, J. H. Huckins, C. Bacon, W. Kelly, A. Forsyth, N. Bauber, W. Cush, E. A. Hamilton, J. D. Kermey.

Parish prison of Parish of Orleans. - Hermogene perry, Leonard Marins, L. Colis, girl of Mrs. Cornes, John Louistella, N. Bonaparte, G. Morngenstine, James Cunningham, Thomas Riley, Andrew of Reed, John Short, K. S. Derrickson, J. JH. Mitchell, M. Coudon, Didui, f. m. c., George of Williamson, Jim, Capotain Maurin, A. Catching, T. Hrgis, John Williams, William Miller, D. Scully, W. Hamilton, A. Bulger, James Gariltaldy, Nelson (slave), S. Roberts, Alfar of Cosby, Joseph Raffle, Levy Keys, A. Lucotte, Robert Phillips, W. Hunter, J. Donahue, C. Horran, R. Allen, Sam. Peters, J. Fremaux, V. Forin, W. E. Niles, M John Newille, Peter Finn, James Haberty, James Doherty, J. Sheriden, J. J. Foley, J. Capedeville, D. Graig, S. Boydet, William Buckley, John Denis, A. Reider, John G. King, W. Pulton, M. Eagan, William Jones, P. Swett, Tim. Haley, John Mooey, Pelise Boyle, C. Wilcox, N. Doyle, J. Herod, Ed. Green, Joseph Levy, Tim. Knight.

Second. The following- named persons will be released from arrest upon taking the oath of allegiance to the United States:

At Ship Island. - James Beggs, Michael Murphy, Frederick A. Taylor, P. E. Wiltz.

By command of Major-General Banks;


Lieutenant-Colonel and Assistant Adjutant-General.


Marietta, Ohio, December 24, 1862.

Major N. H. McLEAN,

Assistant Adjutant-General, Department of the Ohio.

SIR: I have the honor herewith to transmit report of Major J. Darr, Jr., provost- marshal- general for the District of Western Virginia, upon the order* from War Department, inclosed.

Very respectfully, your obedient servant,

J. D. COX,

Major- General, Commanding.



Wheeling, December 19, 1862.

Major G. M. BASCOM, Assistant Adjutant-General.

SIR: I have the honor to state in reply to demand for information concerning the arrest and detention of citizens of the State of Kentucky not taken in arms that I have at no time arrested or caused to be arrested or held in custody any such citizens of Kentucky. Information on that subject can be obtained of Major R . M. Corwine, aid- de- camp, Cincinnati, Ohio, and the commanding officer at Camp Chase, Ohio.

Very respectfully, your obedient servant,


Major and Provost- Marshal- General.


*See Wolcott to Wright, December 8, 1862, p. 43.