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t Sheridan has gained a succession of victories in the Valley, whereas the assertion and the facts were directly to the contrary From Petersburg There was a trial of artillery yesterday, on the part of the enemy in front of Petersburg, but we did not learn the result. Casualties. The following is a list of the casualties in the Purcell battery, Peggram's battalion, in the engagement of October 1st and 2d: Killed--Privates Pence and Cash. Wounded--Corporal Snapp; privates Nunnally, in face, Bailey, in side; Sacra, in leg; Conway, slight; Scott, Slightly in the breast. Colonel Pegram was struck by a Minie ball, but received no injury. Georgia. News from Hood is still cheering, although the New York herald of the 10th states that Sherman has, doubtless, gotten Hood just in the position in which he wants him. From Forrest Morgan, the Yankee hunter, in a fit of jubilation, telegraphed that he had cornered Forrest, and was sure of capturing him