n of Pennsylvania reason to believe that there was nothing to prevent Gen. Lee's successful march to Philadelphia; but among the reflecting there will be a sense of relief experienced that our gallant army has succeeded in recrossing the river in safety.
The 52d Va.suffered very little.--Lieut Col. Skinner, of Staunton, was wounded.
Among the losses in the 3d Va. are — Killed: Lt Col. A D Calcotte, Lts Guy, Murden, Arther, Mitchell.
Wounded: Adjt. Stewart, Capts Hodges and Tuck, Lts Brown, Jackson, Birdsong, Fraetas, Gorner, White, and P H Arther.
Missing: Capts Phillips and White, Lts. Gleason, Garey, W W White, Drewry, Wren, Cage, and W M Tuck.
Company D, 14th Va., sustained the following losses: Capt Coghill, Lts Taylor and Adkins, wounded and missing; Lt Chalkley had a leg amputated and was left in the hands of the enemy; Orderly Sergeant W Godsey and privates Childress, Wells, Colton, Bough, W Cheatham.
E Perdue, and Thos Perdue, are missing; Hughes and S Cheath