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r telegraphic advices have since it at three hundred in killed and wounded. This, however, is not comparable to the loss of the enemy. We have at this time no particulars except that Col. Burt, of the 18th Mississippi, was badly wounded, and Col. Tebbs, for what regiment is not stated, slightly. Our informant saw 300 Yankee prisoners marching by, and upwards of 200 more were captured. These men reported that at least 300 of their comrades were drowned while attempting to recross the Potomacyesterday morning. Later. Among the casualties on our side were the following: Lieut. Benjamin G. Carter, 8th Virginia, slightly wounded. Privates Hatcher and of the same regiment, killed.--Majors Martin and Brock, thought to be of Mississippi, badly wounded. Col. Burt's wound, though severe, is not considered mortal. Col. Tebbs is Lieut. Col. of the 8th Virginia. The First Company of Howitzers were not in the fight, no artillery having been engaged on our side.