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11th Va Regiment — Wounded; Major Kirk Oley, com'g, in shoulder; Corpts R M Mitchell, in arm; T Herton, thigh; D G Houston, mortally; Jno C Ward, wounded and missing; Jno Holmes Smith, thigh; J R. Hutter, slightly, A J Jones, wounded and missing; A. M Houston, wounded and missing; Lieuts Lazenby and Elliott, of co B, Reagan and Long, of co F; Hardy, co K. Killed: Privates Stuart Farner, Charles Jones, G D Tweedy, Myers, Ed Valentine, Wm Jennings, J R Kent. 11th Va Regiment — In co D, (B Grays,) private mortality wounded. In on P, Lt Haminon and ... thing intelligible with reference to the great battles in. Pennsylvania, perhaps the most bloody and stubbornly contested of the whole war. From an officer of the 2d Mississippi regiment, who participated in the three days engagement, we have the following facts: On Wednesday the fighting was in the immediate vicinity and around the town of Gettysburg, and resulted in the enemy being driven one mile and a half beyond that plac