ally; Col W H Noble, 12th Conn; Adj't Thomas, 20th Ind, badly; Col Resmey 8th N J; and 28 Captains and Lieutenants killed; and 52 Captains and Lieutenants wounded, many of them, it is feared, This is out a partite list of the among officers.
Neon Carnallses.--The following rebel Generals are known to be wounded: Lieut Gen Jackson, slightly, and still in the saddle; Major-Gen D H Hill, severely; Major-Gen A P Hill, slightly; Brig Gen.
Mabone, severely; Brig Gen Nichols, slightly; Major-Gen Ransom.
The World says, editorially:
The news from General Hooker's army is interpreted in official quarters as being favorable, but with the map before us we cannot so regard it.
It is idle to say that Fredericksburg was of no strategical importance.
If that was the case, why was a loss of nearly a thousand brave fellows incurred endeavoring to capture it?
The fact is, it was of supreme importance to hold the heights of Fredericksburg.
By their possession Le