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of the fight near Winchester on Sunday last. As stated in our issue of yesterday, our force in the engagement scarcely exceeded 3,500 One regiment was held as a reserve and from 1,500 to 1,600 of our troops failed to arrive in time to participate in the engagement. We append a list of the wounded in company of this city, which has been furnished as by a gentleman who left Woodstock on Tuesday night. Sergeant Tucker Randolph, Privates Grey, Picot, Annually, Genty of Renwig, Danforth, C. Taylor, and E. Taylor. Most of these were only slightly wounded. There were none of the members of the corp killed. Among the killed and wounded in the 23d regiment, we have the following names: Lieut. E. Crump, of company H,(Richmond Sharp Shooters.) wounded, but not severely. Lieut. C. is from this city, and was an occasional correspondent for this paper, over the signature of "Ned." H. L. Francisco, company G, killed. He was from Louisa county. Serg't Vanabic company I, kille