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a Yankee Colonel, wounded, and in our hands. The Yankee General Stevenson was killed on the 10th. Our losses yesterday in killed and wounded are estimated at 2,000. Among the casualties on our side yesterday were the following: Gen. Gordon, slightly wounded; Colonel Baker, of the 16th Miss., killed; Lieut. Col. Felter, of the same regiment, killed; Col. Harding, of the 19th Miss., killed; Lieut. Col. Neimer, of the --Va., killed. There was continuous fighting for ten hours road. There has been no firing at all to-day. Our wounded are slowly arriving here preparatory to being sent to Richmond. Brig. Gens. McGowan and R. D. Johnston are slightly wounded, in addition to those previously reported. Brig. Gen. Gordon, erroneously reported wounded, is not hurt. Thus far we have lost about seventeen General officers killed, wounded, and captured, and about thirty five field officers. Third Company Richmond Howitzers — the battery captured — heav
nemy; before, however, he had succeeded the enemy had closed thickly around him and he was a prisoner in their hands, as was also Brig Gen G H Stuart of the Maryland line, with some twenty five hundred officers and men from this division, and some twenty pieces of artillery; twelve of which were from Page's and the rest from Cutshaw's battalions. This temporary success greatly elated the Yankees, and they pressed on with increasing numbers and a zeal intensified by their temporary success. Gordon, with Early's division, however, quickly come to the assistance of the remnant of Johnson's division, now under command of Col Williams, of La, and fought the enemy for some time, but were gradually pressed back to our second line of works, when Rodes came to the assistance of Johnson and Karly, whilst further on to the right Lane's brigade, of Hill's corps, was also forced back some distance until Gen L was enabled to reform his line, when portions of all of Hill's divisions became wa