e could do it nowhere.
Only one man was left in Yorktown, and he was a negro.
Gen. Jameson and Col. Samuel Black were the first to enter the enemy's main works.
The only casualty that occurred was the kitting of two men and the wounding of three by the explosion of a concealed snell within the enemy's works.
Their names are as follows.
They belong to company A, 40th New York: Killed, Geo. McFarland and Michael McDermot; wounded, Serg't James Smith.
Frederick Steick, and Laurance Burns.
The works are very extensive, and show that they were designed by scientific engineers.
Later--An official report just ade to head quarters shows that the enemy left 71 guns on the works at Gloucester Point.
The ordnance stores were also lest.
Another deserter has just come in, and reports that Jefferson Davis came with Gen. Lee on Wednesday last, and after a consultation with Lee and the most prominent officers, all were agreed to the evacuation except Gen. Magruder.