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and that Gen Ewell puts the enemy's loss up to Tuesday at forty thousand in killed, wounded, prisoners, and missing. Prisoners are continually arriving at Orange C. H., some of them humble, but most of them impudent. Only two negro soldiers have yet reached Orange C. in uniform. One of them said but little. The other, a cOrange C. in uniform. One of them said but little. The other, a cavalryman, was somewhat more --said he was unhorsed at the first fire; that he had made the discovery that he was unfit for the duties of a soldier, and expressed a desire to return to picking cotton, in which very rea desire we sincerely trust his negro ship may be gratified. Many of the Yankee troops who stormed our ursday, 5th of May, were comparatively slight. The Charlottesville Chronicle understands that Dr. Gill, Gen Lee's Medical Director, instructed our authorities at Orange C H, not to approve of any telegram which should estimate our loss up to Saturday night at a higher figure than six thousand in killed, wounded and missing; and t