Restore Selected Files From Secondary Backup Hard Disk. You can simply use old good find command to copy all files in a batch mode.

# Restore Selected Files From Secondary Backup Hard Disk
# http://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/copy-files-with-find-command/

# Q. I've backup created using rsync command stored at /disk2/home/tom/
# directory. Accidentally, I had deleted files from /home/tom directory.
# I'd like to restore all file names starting with alpha numeric
# characters from /disk2/home/tom/ to /home/tom. How do I restore selected
# files in a batch mode?
#
# A. You can simply use old good find command to copy all files in a batch mode:
$ cd $HOME
$ find /disk2/home/tom/ -maxdepth 1 -type f -iname '[a-z|0-9]*' -exec /bin/cp -v {} . ;

# Where,
#   /disk2/home/tom/ : Source directory
#   -maxdepth 1 : Descend at most levels of directories below the command line arguments i.e. only copy files from /disk2/home/tom/ directory
#   -type f : Only files no directories
#   -iname '[a-z|0-9]*' : Case insensitive file copy pattern
#   -exec /bin/cp -v {} . ; : Execute cp command to copy each file to your $HOME directory