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es, poured their deadly missiles into every porthole and at every pilot-house.--One pilot was ca killed, as he was seen to fail at the crack of a sharpshooters ride. Other of the invaders, it is thought, were sent to their final account. The high bluffs, thickly covered with undergrowth, afford admirable protection for sharpshooters and the number, we hear, is to be greatly increased. The casualties on our side were five killed and eight wounded. We have ascertained the following: Bowyer's battery, from Botetourt county, lost one man killed — George Clements — and three wounded. Jones's battery, Bedford county, two men killed. Sales' (Bedford) Battery, two men killed.--Captain Sales was slightly wounded in the arm. Our informant saw a mule which was dreadfully mangled and killed, more than a quarter of a mile from the Fort, by the explosion of a shell. The animal had three legs cut off, and its side was torn out. It the opinion of several who were prese