line the troops, old and new, behaved with the utmost steadiness and gallantry, carrying with but little assistance from our own artillery very strong positions defended by artillery and infantry.
I do not think our loss very severe.
The corps of His and Longstreet were engaged with out right.
We have taken a considerable number of prisoners.
The enemy disappeared during the night.
Our troops are now advancing in pursuit of them.
I do not yet know where he will next be found.
G. E. McCLELLAN,
Major General Commanding.
Official report of Gen. M'Clellan. headquarters army of Potomac. 10 A. M., Sept. 15th.
H. W. Halleck, General in Chief.
Information this moment received completely confirms the rout and demoralization of the rebel army.
General Lee is reported wounded and Gallant Killed.
Hocker alone has over a thousand more prisoners, seven hundred having been seat to Frederick it is stated that Lee gives his loss as 15000 We are following as rapidly as