in any way offend against the orders on this subject.
R. E. Lee, General.
We have no additional news from the battle-field, except the following dispatch from Winchester:
Our loss is estimated at 10,000.
Between 3000 and 4000 of our wounded are arriving here to-night.
Every preparation is being made to receive them.
Gens. Scales and Pender have arrived here wounded, this evening.
Gens. Armistead, Barksdale, Garnett, and Kemper are reported killed.
Gens. Jones, Heth, Anderson, Pettigrew, Jenkins, Hampton, and Hood are reported wounded.
The Yankees say they had only two corps in the fight on Wednesday, which was open field fighting.
The whole of the Yankee force was engaged in the last three days fighting.
The number — is estimated at 175,000.
The hills around Gettysburg are said to be covered with the dead and wounded of the Yankee Army of the Potomac.
The fighting of these four days is regarded as the severest of the war, and the slaughter unprece