ved to be smaller than that of the enemy.
Brigadier-General Clingman was wounded in the leg.
Detailed accounts of this engagement will be found elsewhere.
Twenty-four hundred prisoners, captured on Friday evening, arrived in this city on Saturday and yesterday.
Among them are the following commissioned officers:
Brigadier-General--Joseph Hays, First brigade, Second division, Fifth corps.
Colonels — Wm. R. Hartshorn, 190th Penn. infantry; James Carle, 4th Penn. reserves; G. Gilbert Rey, 104th N. Y.
Lieutenant-Colonels--Wm. A. Leech, 90th Penn.; Samuel A. Moffett, 94th N. Y. infantry.
Majors — Jacob M. Davis, 90th Penn., E. Rodzelb 149th O. N. G.; John A. Wolfe, 190th Penn.; Milton Weidler, 2d Penn.
Captains — James A. Wood, A. A. G. to General Bragg; Jassie Armstrong, K, 7th Indiana; John B, McDonald, 8th company, 1st battalion, New York sharpshooters; Carswell McClennand, A. A. G. to General Cutler; Emanuel D. Roth, E, 107th Penn. infantry; E. J. Kratzor,<