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itions occupied by our troops. The loss on our side was about thirty, among whom is Col. Lowe and one Captain of infantry, whose name I could not obtain. It was the opinion of the courier, who was on the field throughout the battle, that the loss of the enemy could not be less than three or four hundred, and an indefinite number wounded. There are cases in which victory is decidedly with the vanquished, and this is one of them. The report that Mayfield, the county site of Graves county, some thirty miles from here, has been taken possession of by the Federals, seems to want confirmation. Some four hundred Federal cavalry remained in the town one day and night, and it is said that a regiment of infantry were within nine miles of the place, intending to occupy it, when word reached the place that a Mississippi regiment were marching upon it, and the cavalry incontinently fled, carrying the infantry back with them to Paducah, so May field is still in our hands. Mov