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ally believed that his whole force had been captured. The World says that Heintzelman is on the way to reinforce Hooker with 30,000 fresh troops, and 18,000 are coming from another quarter. [Suffolk, of course-- Rep.] It hopes these will enable the Federals to retrieve their disasters. Fredericksburg was recaptured by Jackson. The fighting was desperate. All of Long-streets forces rushed from Suffolk and arrived in time. A partial list of the killed and wounded shows that Gen. Gwyn was killed, Brig-Gen. Mott and Maj. Gen'l Barry, of Me.; and Brig.-Gen'l Schmitiefing were wounded. In the 14th corps there were 17 Colonels, Lt Colonels and Majors, 28 Captains and Lieutenants wounded. Brig.-Gen. Whipple, Gen. Divine and Gen. Massie were severely wounded. 31 Colonels, Lt. Colonels and Majors, and 52 Captains and Lieutenants, are wounded in another corps — many mortally. Vallandigham is at the Barnett House, Cincinnati, under strong guard. Halleck has ordered