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negroes in the vicinity, and from a dozen servants who arrived here last night we learn that, in many instances, slaves were forced off by the soldiery against their protestations to be allowed to remain where they were. A gentleman, who left the vicinity yesterday forenoon, reports that Colonel Carey's Thirtieth Virginia regiment were within eight miles of Matthias Point, en route, when he passed them, and that Colonel Stokes' North Carolina regiment were pressing on to the same point. Captain Cook's artillery are also reported to have been ordered to the same point. We have no idea of a fight, as that is not the object of the pirates who divide their time on water and land, and whose purpose is not to meet our forces in manly warfare, but to skulk around from neighborhood to neighborhood, where they can practically illustrate the principles of the Lincoln dynasty. We have just seen Colonel Arnold, of King George, who was in the vicinity of Matthias Point yesterday. He states tha
, Assistant Adjutant-General. List of killed and wounded. Killed.--Sixth Infantry, Samuel C. Walker; Daniel Darling. Ninth Infantry, John Sexton, (private); J. H. Stockdale. First Rifles, G. Raup, (private); S. Galbraith, (corporal); G. Cook, (private). Wounded.--Sixth Infantry, Captain Bradbury. Ninth Infantry, Captain Dick; Captain Galway. First Rifles, Captain Niles. Sixth Infantry, privates H. Lathrop, dangerously; W. H. Payne, severely; James Turenne, severely; W. R. Vandykeer, in the thigh. Twelfth Infantry, private William R. Fox, slightly in thigh. First Rifles, Lieutenant Colonel T. L. Kane, wounded slightly; privates H. G. Wolf, severely; John Pannell, severely; A. Swager, slightly; F. A. Foster, slightly; George Cook, slightly; George McGowan, slightly; J. B. Blair, slightly; Geo. Frine, slightly; Neston Gier, slightly; M. C. Cobb, slightly; Sergeant Geo. Ludlow, slightly; privates Barseley Dewry, slightly; Parish Mazier, slightly; Samuel Campbell, slightl