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Sturgis's division, yesterday forenoon, which resulted in the death of Lieut Howard McIlvain, of Durell's battery, and which came very near resulting in the destruction or capture of a portion of the n, and they moved to their destination over the more difficult but less dangerous road. Captain Durell's battery, occupying an exceedingly exposed position, withstood for something like an hour tading, Pennsylvania, and had been in service since the opening of the war, having served with Capt. Durell in the three months volunteers. In September, 1861 the present Durell's battery was sworn iy lamented in this corps, with which he had been connected since the 11th of last August, and Capt. Durell mourns in him his best and most trustworthy officer, which is saying nothing derogatory to thelow are the casualties in the fight of Saturday: Killed.--Junior 1st Lt. Howard McIlvaine, Durell's battery A, 104th Penn. Artillery. Wounded.--Henry Ives, of the same battery, arm badly sh