nary battling, with a list on our side of killed, wounded and missing of not less than four thousand men. The enemy's loss will all sum up less than this, if it does not far exceed it. Our troops have fought with a valor are heroism never surpassed, seldom equaled and against numerical odds.
The enemy recently reinforced
There seems to be no doubt in the minds of the military men engaged in the prevailing battle, that the enemy near Richmond have recently been largely reinforced by Beauregard's army from Corinth, and that they attend to dispute, inch by inch, McClellan way to the former city.
Our Treatment of the rebel prisoners — all received
A rebel Major who was wounded and talk prisoner day before yesterday, said, after of our surgeons dressed his wounds.
"Gentlemen, I did not expect such kind treatment at your hands, but I tell you in all candor, you never can capture Richmond, unless you do it over the dead and wounded bodies of fifty thousand men. We have reso