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mong Virginia regiments and batteries. Col Jas. Gregory Hodges and Maj. Robert Poors, of the 14th Virginia, killed and Lieut. Col. White wounded, Capt. Coghill wounded and missing; Col. Magruder, of the 57th Virginia, wounded; Col. Aylett, of the 53d Virginia, killed, Col. Edmands, of the 38th Virginia, killed, Col. Colquit, --Virginia, killed; Col. James Marshall, of Fauquier county, Va. (commanding a North Carolina regiment) killed, Cols Terry and Mays wounded Capt. Samuel H. Early, of Gen Early's staff, wounded. In the 19th Virginia the following losses occurred: Col. Gant, wounded in neck and arm; Lieutenant Colonel Ellis, killed; Major Charles Peyton, slightly wounded; Adjutant Jas. McIntyre, seriously wounded. Co A Capt. J. C. Callin wounded. Co B: Lt. Palma Hanner wounded, Lt. Wood missing. Co C: Capt. Irving wounded and missing. Co D: Capt. Dick Harlan wounded; privates Fortune, Drumheller, Strange, and Johnson, killed, Woody missing Co E: Capt. Wm. Gross killed; Lieut
r outposts. Cannonading was heard all along the line during the day, but no general engagement had taken place. Gen. Lee was at Hagerstown last evening. Gens. Early and Ewell were holding the place with a large force, and are fortifying the eminences around the town. The rebel line extends from a point east of Hagerstown tn women are very bitter, and do not hesitate to enter their earnest protests against the outrages committed, and to express their contempt for the robbers. Gen. Early threatened to shoot several ladies for the warmth with which they ventured to express their opinions. The women of Secession proclivities are as bitter on the ch were captured by the Federal. The idea that Lee wanted money to carry on the war in Pennsylvania is particularly good after the little experiments of Ewell and Early in levying on the towns: On the 1st instant Capt. Cline, of the 31 Indiana cavalry went to Greencastle and captured Lee's private orderly and his entire esco