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wounded of the Federal army, including some officers, attended by their own surgeons. Most of these individuals are in hospital tents, though some are lying under the trees, in the barns, and even in the poultry-houses. The ice house is well packed with excellent ice, which it would be well enough to have removed to Richmond. It was very near this place that a severe engagement occurred on Sunday last, and many dead Yankees are rotting unburied on the field. Another hospital, at Meadow Station, some two or three miles below, is filled with the sick of the enemy. Two Massachusetts negroes were found here, and have been brought to Richmond. To facilitate their operations, the Yankees had constructed turn outs at different points on the railroad, and a considerable quantity of timber for cross-ties, scattered through the forest, makes it appear that other improvements were in contemplation. Throwing Shells. Our railway battery threw several shell over into this nei