Fourth Texas Cavalry; Lieutenant William H. Lilley, Tenth Arkansas Regiment; Lieutenant T. D. Melville, Eighteenth Louisiana Volunteers; Captain F. J. McLean, Ninth Tennessee Cavalry [Battalion]; Purser E. McGowen, gun-boat Diana; Lieutenant J. M. Mobley, First Choctaw Battalion; Lieutenant A. P. Morse, Ordnance Corps; Lieutenant J. M. Mussleman, Fourteenth Louisiana Volunteers; Captain Ludwick W. Mathews, Fifteenth Arkansas Regiment; Lieutenant William S. Nelson, Crescent Regiment; Lieutenant David A. Nation, Fifteenth Arkansas Regiment; Lieutenant Z. M. Porter, Arizona Battalion; Captain W. H. Pruett, First Alabama Regiment; Lieutenant Charles Roussel, Tenth Louisiana Volunteers; Lieutenant W. H. Rogers, Crescent Regiment; Captain O. J. Semmes, light artillery; Captain E. A. Scott, Ninth Louisiana Battalion; Lieutenant A. Schlick, Fourth Texas Cavalry; Lieutenant John M. Smith, Arizona Brigade; Lieutenant G. W. Stafford, Eighth Louisiana Volunteers; Lieutenant John Webre, Twenty-eighth Louisiana Volunteers; Lieutenant William Welsh, Arizona Battalion; Lieutenant H. W. Wilkinson, Steede's battalion; Colonel Allen R. Witt, Tenth Arkansas Regiment; Captain J. B. Wolf, Fourteenth Arkansas; Captain J. W. Youngblood, General Gardner's staff.
OFFICE PROVOST-MARSHAL, New Orleans, June 2, 1863.
I do hereby certify that I have this day by order of Brigadier-General Bowen, provost-marshal-general Department of the Gulf, delivered to Lieutenant-Colonel Cassidy, Sixth New York Regiment Volunteers, the above-named fifty commissioned officers of the C. S. Army to be conveyed by him to Fort Monroe and there delivered to Major General John A. Dix, commanding Department of Virginia.
C. W. KILLIBORN,
Captain and Provost-Marshal, New Orleans.
Received this day of Captain C. W. Killborn, provost-marshal Parish of Orleans, the above-named fifty commissioned officers of the C. S. Army.
J. W. BURGESS,
Major Sixth New York Volunteers, Commanding.
HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF VIRGINIA, Fort Monroe, June 8, 1863.
These prisoners of war, fifty in all, are to be sent to Fort Delaware together with the others (officers) now confined in Fort Norfolk and not exchanged pursuant to instructions from the War Department.
By command of Major-General Dix:
D. T. VAN BUREN,
HEADQUARTERS VALLEY DISTRICT, June 2, 1863.
Commanding U. S. Forces, Winchester, Va.
GENERAL: I am instructed by General Lee to send you the inclosed communication.
I have the honor to be, very respectfully, &c.,
A. G. JENKINS,