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the whole command reembarked, taking with them twenty-five prisoners, sixty horses, twenty mules, sixty-five head of cattle, and one hundred and six sheep. They lost one man killed, and returned to Point Lookout on the morning of the fifteenth, all highly delighted with their three days so-journ in Dixie. The infantry rendered efficient service in constructing the wharf for their reembarkation, and the whole expedition was carried out according to the original plans of General Marston without any misunderstandings. Lieutenants Dickinson and Denney, of the Fifth cavalry, and William Everett, a citizen volunteer, who accompanied them, are highly complimented for their bravery and valuable services. Commodore F. A. Parker, of the Potomac flotilla, and Lieutenant Provo, commanding the Anacostia, and now commanding the flotilla in the vicinity of Point Lookout, heartily cooperated with General Marston, and rendered most valuable aid in effecting the embarkation and reembarkation.