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2415 Dec. 13Alleghany2560100200 Dec. 17Woodsonville41030458 Dec. 26Opothleyholo122075125100 Dec. 28Sacram'to21102018 Total9993067238482576148177 Reconfiguration. Confederate losses.Federal losses. Killed1,1354,911 Wounded3,3457,821 Prisoners1,4878,177 Total5,96720,909 That we have not overrated the Federal loss is proved by the following extract from the Washington correspondence of the New York Times, of a late date: By returns at the War Department up to the 20th December, I learn that the mortality in our army since the war broke out will reach 22,000. The number killed in battle, skirmishes, &c., is about 11,000, the number wounded 17,000. The number of prisoners in the South and deserters amount to 6,000. If we had the means of ascertaining the Federal losses by the numerous smaller engagements, picket skirmishes, &c., during the year, we might easily carry the number of killed and wounded up to the figures indicated in the New York Times, Fr
Mysterious disappearance. --A correspondent from Grayson county, writing us under date of the 21st inst., states that Robert P. Baker, Sheriff of the county, left home about the 20th December to visit Richmond, for the purpose of paying in the revenue of the county, and has not been heard from since he left Wytheville; nor has the revenue been paid in according to information received from the Auditor on the State. Much conjecture is indulged in by the people of the county as to the cause of his mysterious disappearance.--Lynchburg Rep. 23d