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ries, however, did the most towards silencing the enemy's batteries. In the afternoon the rebels were using the ammunition captured at Harper's Perry with more effect than their ammunition used in the morning. The enemy used on this engagement railroad iron, slugs and smooth stones as missiles of destruction. Among the officers who were reported killed yesterday was General Mansfield. Brigadier Generals Hartford and Max Weber were dangerously, and it is fared mortally wounded. Col. George L. Beal, of the Tenth Maine regiment, was wounded in the freshly part of both thighs, and Lieutenant Colonel Jas, Fillebrown, of the same regiment, is dangerously wounded in the breast It is reported that General McClellan sent in a flag of truce asking the enemy to surrender; but he would not do it. General McClellan narrowly escaped injury from the rebel batteries during the height of the engagement on the right wing. He had ridden down to give some order relative to a change of