were compelled to stack arms and surrender.
The number of persons taken prisoners is estimated at two thousand. General Mackall and staff, except Major Davis and Lieut. Col. Henderson, 40th Confederate, were among them.
Ex-Mayor Baugh was sick on Monday afternoon; he procured a mule and cart in the evening to take him away, since which time he was seen safe on this side the lake.
Capt. Rucker and Col. T. J. Finnie got off safely.
We learn that all the Southern Guards escaped, except Frank Harrison, who was left in the hospital; also Capt. Hoadley and ten of his men; Lieut. Torrey and thirty nine men; Lieut. Torrey and thirty nine men; Lieut. M. Tresevant, 40th regiment; Robert Pitman and Jno. Ginnis, of Baker's regiment; Captain Robert Lewis and seven men. Captain Jackson, Lieut. McClure, and their commands, are supposed nearly all to be safe.
The same is believed of Captains Stirling, Rume, and Caruthers.
The adventures of many that escaped war of great interest.