show that they have made an extensive levy on carpets.
The prisoners are nearly all young men. Their appearance in the streets excited much curiosity, but no rude or offensive remarks were made by the spectators.
Ambulances were busy both last night and to-day conveying the wounded from the Army of the Potomac to the several hospitals.
Some of the killed and wounded.
The following are among the casualties in the Yankee army:
Killed.--Brig-Gen Mott, of Sickles's corps; Maj-Gen Barry, of Maine; Brig Gen Schmiffle brig 11th corps; Col Geo, 6th N J; Lt Col Walter, 12th Con; Maj Fakon, 36th N Y Col McKnight, 105th Pa; Col Lancaster, 125th Pa; Col Strafurock, 109th Pa; Col Stevens, 4th Excelsior Brigade; Lt Col Soots 3d Wisconsin, Lt-Col Chaplin, 85th N Y; Maj Keanan, th Pateav; Maj Strouse, 46th Pa; Capt Esworth, 80th N Y; Col Kugar, 21st Pa; Maj John Havelock, Maj Faison, 36th N Y; Maj Basket
Wounded. Geo Mass, severely; Brig Gen Whipple Havman, 37th N Y; Col