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whilst Stuart's cavalry was represented to have reached Alexandria. We have heard of several names among the wounded not heretofore published. Of these are Col. Lawson Botts, of the 2d Virginia regiment, wounded in the face, but not dangerously; Lieut. Col. Rowan and Maj. Nadenbousch, of the same regiment, the former slightly, and the latter severely; Colonel Grigsby, 27th Va., wounded; Major Terry 4th Va., wounded in the arm; Capts. Simms, Samuel Moore, 2d Va., wounded; Capts. Gibson, Lee, Harman, Bennett, Fulton, and Lieutenants Wade, Strickler, and Slosser, 4th Va., wounded; Lieut. Cummings, 4th Va., killed; Capt. Roberts, 5th Va., wounded. Capt. Simme's company, of the 5th Va., lost every officer. Major May, of the 12th Va. reg't, was killed, and two of his brothers in the same regiment wounded. Passengers by the train reported the death of Gen. Ewell, but this was afterwards contradicted. Up to a late hour last night the War Department had received no additiona
nt of Washington are the base and onward is now the word. The question which is presented to General Lee is not how is General Pope to be most effectively put out of the way, but how is an engagemenrnside combined? This is the battle which we now anticipate, with or without the choice of Gen. Lee, and there is no reason to apprehend any other than the best results. It is not likely that ifh 7,500 effective men when the Union army landed. The Confederates, acting under the advice of Gen. Lee, left Yorktown with 67,000 men. On June 1st 85,000 rations were issued to the Confederate armyugust there were six regiments of infantry at Savannah, and a force of 34,000 near Charleston. Gen. Lee and Staff left Richmond headquarters (Tabb's farm, Nine Mile road) for Gordonsville. after telerals have a perfect right, in accordance with those laws, to organize and arm loyal blacks. But Lee, and Johnston, and Magruder, and Cooper, and the other traitors who deserted from the army of the
Police Court. --Yesterday Hetty Tyler. free negress, charged with stealing $60 worth of wearing apparel from John S. Austin, underwent an examination, and was sent before the Hustings Court for trial.--Patrick Dempsey, arrested for stealing a pistol worth $60 from Wm. H. Lee, was examined and acquitted.--John Hopkins, a small lad, was brought up charged with cutting Charles with a knife in the street. Defendant is a newsboy, and the offence for which he was arrested occurred while he was wrangling about the sale of his wares. Nobody appeared against him, and his father, who lives in Manchester, promising to give him a licking for using the knife, he was delivered into his custody. Ann Beery who arrested for assaulting and beating Mary Phelan and Margaret Connelly in their own house. It came out during the examination that Ann's mother was as deep in the mud as she was in the mire, having had a hand in the beating of the two females. She and Ann were both held to bail for th