H. Cabell, C. Crockett, J. Jones, McDowell and Stanard; Cadet Jefferson, mortally wounded, since dead.
Wounded: Lt. Col Ship, com'g Cadets, slightly, on duty; Lt. A. Govan Hill, Ass't Prof, com'g a company; Cadets White F. Dillard, of Amherst; Ginson F. Randolph, severely; Macon, Dickinson, slightly.
Upshur, Darden, Woodlit, Pierce, slightly, Jefferson, Marshall, Atwell, Moorman, Merritt, S. Garrow, C. W. Reid, R Pendleton, J. Wise Triplett, L. Wise, Christian, J. A. Stuart, Wheelwright, Meade, Bransford, G. Spiler, P. Johnson, Harris, F. Smith, E. Smith, Walker, Havnes, Garnett, and Goodwin, slightly.
Lt. Hill and all the wounded Cadets are doing well.
Gen. Preckinridge reported to Gen Smith that the corps of Cadets acted with conspicuous gallantry.
Wm H. Richardson, A. G.
From Gen Johnston's army.
The following intelligence of Gen. Johnston's movements is from our latest Southern exchanges.
A dispatch from Calhoun, Ga., dated the 13th, says: