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trements, which belonged to men who were lost.
Of dead, wounded and missing, there were seven thousand or upwards.
Col. Edmund Pendleton, of a Louisiana regiment, (Col. Pendleton formerly resided in Cincinnati,) who was captured on Monday, (June thirtieth,) assured me that on that day the rebels captured four thousand five hundred prisoners.
Our dead he estimated, from examination of the field, at three hundred.
Of the wounded there is no account.
It is reported that the rebel loss is stillis entire force on the Richmond side of the Chickahominy, he was retreating toward the James River — having stolen a march of twelve hours on Gen. Huger, who had been placed in a position on his flank to watch his movements.
The battle of Monday, June 30.
By daybreak on Monday morning the pursuit was actively resumed.
D. H. Hill. Whiting and Ewell, under command of Jackson, crossed the Chickahominy by the Grapevine bridge, and followed lowed the enemy on their track by the Williamsburgh