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the Yankees with more vim and bravery than any other fought on Virginia soil. Among our casualties are Brig. Gen. Perrin, killed; Brig. Gen. Walker, of the Stonewall brigade, wounded in the arm; Col. Garnett, of the 5th N. C., killed; Brig. Gen. McGowan, reported wounded. We captured 2,000 of the enemy's wounded, left by them at the Wilderness. Yankee papers, of the 7th, contain letters written from Grant's headquarters, acknowledging a loss of 20,000 men in the Wilderness fight.s. The enemy are reported to-day to be shifting their position towards the telegraph road and railroad. There has been no firing at all to-day. Our wounded are slowly arriving here preparatory to being sent to Richmond. Brig. Gens. McGowan and R. D. Johnston are slightly wounded, in addition to those previously reported. Brig. Gen. Gordon, erroneously reported wounded, is not hurt. Thus far we have lost about seventeen General officers killed, wounded, and captured, an