We have over thirty prisoners, and are picking up more on the roads.
Many of the enemy were killed and wounded.
Our loss is trifling. John A Dix, Major General.
The proceedings of the Washington Congress on the 3d were almost devoid of interest.
The following resolution, offered by Mr. Saulsbury, of Delaware, was objected to and laid over:
Resolved, That the Secretary of War be, and he is hereby, directed to inform the Senate whether Dr. John Laws and Whitely Meredith, or either of them, citizens of the State of Delaware, have been arrested and imprisoned in Fort Delaware; when they were arrested and so imprisoned; the charges against them; by whom made; by whose orders they were arrested and imprisoned, and that he communicate to the Senate all papers relating to their arrest and imprisonment.
The Washington correspondent of the Associated Press, on the 2d, telegraphs the following:
The Democratic representatives yeste