nder our telegraphic head.
The Central train which arrived at a late hour last night brought down a large number of the wounded in the late battles in Pennsylvania, but they had been so long on the way that they knew nothing of the present operations of the army, and very little of its whereabouts a week ago. The passengers by the train were without even a rumor.
Losses among Virginia troops.
We have received the following list of losses among 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