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our informant. The loss was very severe. Loss in the 1st Virginia artillery. First Virginia Artillery, Capt. Dance commanding.--2d Company Howitzers: Thomas Pendleton and James Maupin killed; Angle wounded in shoulder; M. Terrill slightly. 3d Company Howitzers: Orderly Sergeant Algernon C Porter shot through the abdomen with shrapnel, since died; A. J. Andrews slightly in knee. Hupp's Company Sergeant Walton slightly wounded. Powhatan Company: Sergeant Scott wounded in head; Corporal Bragg slightly, by explosion of caisson. Rockbridge Company: Thirteen wounded, including Lieut Brown in both legs, slightly; Lieut Jordan in arm; Private McCampbell in hand. Eleventh Virginia infantry. 11th Va Regiment — Wounded; Major Kirk Oley, com'g, in shoulder; Corpts R M Mitchell, in arm; T Herton, thigh; D G Houston, mortally; Jno C Ward, wounded and missing; Jno Holmes Smith, thigh; J R. Hutter, slightly, A J Jones, wounded and missing; A. M Houston, wounded and missing; Lieu
wounded at Port Hudson, was captured by our scouts at a private house near Clinton, La., on the 2d inst. He was started "on to Richmond" and arrived here Saturday and was committed to Libby prison. The following is an item in the gentleman's career worth mentioning at this time: When Gen. Brugg, evacuated Pensacola be burnt the miles and lumber belonging to Thomas Murray & Co. The Yankees afterwards took possession of the place and held the proprietors of the mill responsible for what Bragg had done, and Mr. Bachelor, one of the from, was seized and confined in Fort Pickens, and was only released a short time since. Gen. Neil Dow took possession of his place, and his wife and children were compelled to remove fifty miles and seek protection on her negro plantation. In the meantime, Gen Neil Dow store her piano and parlor furniture and sent them to his wife. When the articles were demanded and the matter was investigated, Gen. Dow confessed to the theft, but the articles were