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unusually large, and the wounds are unusually slight. Many of the wounded of the enemy fell into our hands, and all of his dead, together with about forty pieces of artillery, several thousand small arms, between six and eight thousand prisoners, (some of whom were wounded,) and between twenty-five and thirty stands of colors. Among our own casualties were several general and field officers, including Brig.-Gens. Preston Smith and Deishler killed, Maj.-Gen. Hood badly wounded, and Brig.-Gen. Dan. Adams severely wounded and in the hands of the enemy. Brig.-Gen. Benning received a slight wound, though he still remains in the saddle. Monday was devoted to the care of the wounded, the burial of the dead, and the gathering up of the arms and other trophies of the battle. The enemy withdrew to Missionary Ridge Sunday night, and on Monday night continued his retreat to Chattanooga and the Tennessee river. Yesterday the Confederates followed up and took position in front of the tow
aker's soul, who obviously has sworn to what neither is the truth, nor, were it true, could be proved to be so.--in this matter Lord Russell has acted the part of the prosecuting attorney, and not that of the Judge. He pointed out to his chests, Adams and the Exeter Hall junta, the only means by which they could legally succeed in arresting the steamers and delaying their departure. Without his invaluable aid the probability is that they would have remained in ignorance of them. Why are the some of the innumerable tirades against her, which find their way into their press, and stop the emigration from Ireland, she would put an end to the war in three months. But she does none of these things. She submits to be snubbed by Seward and Adams, and to be abused by the newspapers under their direction, with a meekness truly Christian, and continues to supply them with arms and men to fight their battles, just as if nothing had happened to render their relations disagreeable. When a