ness manufacturer John B. Stevens, city Chamberlain; Wm. T. McCandlish slightly wounded; Timothy Rives, of Prince George; Thomas H. Daniel, do; Mr. Chalkley, firm of Cooke & Chalkley.
Three gentlemen — C. A. Brodnax, Peebles, and Mr. Kinsman are missing.
The enemy lost two pieces of cannon and twenty-four horses.
Gay G. Johnston, Adjutant of the 39th militia, died of his wounds on Friday.--Henry A. Blanks, prominent citizen in the same regiment, died of wounds on the same day. Wm. H. Hardee, a well known merchant, had his leg amputated.
Among the wounded not before published are Wm. A. Manly, Samuel Cuykendall, James Cousins, and James Bowle.
The funeral of several of the victims of the raid took place in Petersburg Friday and Saturday.
A gentleman who left Petersburg yesterday morning reports everything quiet there.
A renewal of the attack upon the city was apprehended by some, though nothing has up to this time developed itself.
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