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nd most attentively nursed.--Among other field officers wounded, in addition to those already sent you, are Col. John B. Weems, 10th Georgia, in arm (the third wound received at different times;) Major Oscar Dawson, 8th Ga.; Col, Little. --Ga.; Col. Wadsworth, 28th Ga.; Col. Gibson, 48th Ga., mortally wounded and in the hands of the enemy; Major G. W. Ross, 2d Georgia battalion, wounded and in the enemy's hands. --Complete lists will be sent you hereafter.
A large hotel on Main street — Taylor's — is filled with Melroy's wounded ragsmeilise captured in the late storming of the works commanding the city.
Near ten thousand prisoners are on their way here from the late battle field.
It is understood that many, or all, of those taken the first day were released on account of some emergency which would not then follow the detailing of a guard to bring them off.
The crop of cereals throughout the Valley is in a most flourishing condition, and promises an abundant harvest.