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s thrown by Captain Conklin's battery had entirely dispersed them, with a loss of thirty-two killed and about the same number wounded. Our loss was four killed and twenty four wounded. Two of the latter have since died. Colonel Marshall's men suffered most severely. He himself had his horse shot under him, and a ball passed through his coat. The writer states that subsequently the Federal troops took possession of the town without serious opposition, and so ended the expedition again Preston. Release of British Minors in the army. From the Philadelphia Press, of the 19th, the following item is extracted: An arrangement is about to be entered into by which all the British minors who have enlisted in the American army are to be returned to their homes. Many of these youngsters have volunteered from Canada, and as Lord Lyons is not now in the very best of humors, he has demanded that they shall be returned. The Secretary of War and the Secretary of State have gra