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on without a fight, which it is hardly probable they did. The rumor stated that we had driven them back, with comparatively slight loss on our side, and that we had captured a large number of prisoners. Among the wounded officers who arrived here yesterday evening, were Col. Griffin, of the 18th Mississippi regiment, who is wounded in the left leg, and Captain George Norton, of the 1st Virginia regiment. We have obtained some further lists of losses among our troops: Losses in Taylor's Battery, (Alexander's Battalion;): Killed — Corporals W P Ray and Joseph Lantz. Wounded — Corpl Wirt, slightly; privates C T Atkinson, E J. Sheppard, Carter Eubank, L P Gentry, Byrd McCormick' all seriously; Vincent F Buford, Jos O Woody' and Oscar Lucas, slightly. Col. Aylett, of the 53d Virginia, was not killed, but slightly wounded by a fragment of shell. Letters have been received from him since his death was reported. Losses in the second company Washington Artillery, Gett
a city watchman, on 27th June, was examined and sent on for trial before the Judge. Wm. Riley, for assaulting and robbing Jas. Parten, on the night of the 6th of July, of $85 in money, his hat and knife, was examined and remanded for trial for felony before the Judge. Robert Ryan and Jas. Logan, charged with stealing $125 worth of jewelry from Miss Virginia Tyler, on the 24th of April, were examined. The Court sent Ryan on to be tried before the Judge, but acquitted Logan. Mary Taylor, charged with stealing $125 from Joseph Kepler on the 7th of April was heard and remanded for trial before the Judge. Carter Tadlock. William Elliott, and John Postower, charged with burglariously entering the house of Mary Stevens, on the night of the 3rd of June, and stealing $1,000 in money and three watches, were examined and remanded for final trial before the Judge. In the Hustings Court yesterday the following cases were disposed of: Wm Fitzpatrick, garroting Philip