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Lieuts. Sweeny and Blunt were killed, and Lieut. Docker wounded. Mr. Butts, of the same battalion, was so badly wounded that he has since died. The prisoners. During night before last and yesterday squads of prisoners were brought in, captured at various points along the line. The number that had reached the Libby up to 7 o'clock last night was about 140, of whom there were but three officers. These were Lt.-Col. Litchfield and Capt. Clarke, of the 7th Michigan cavalry, and Surgeon Kingston, of the 2d N. Y. cavalry. The prisoners captured represent twelve different regiments, but tell very conflicting stores about their numbers engaged in the raid; but all concur in the statement that it was designed for the liberation of the prisoners now in our hands. A sergeant who was brought in on Tuesday night, had in his haversack two silver teaspoons and a silver fork, on which are engraved the initials "J. M. M." This fellow had also a small china dish, of a very pretty pattern.