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s, who were not over 300 yards distant, and such was the effect of their fire that the enemy dare not come from under cover to carry back their dead. I heard Capt. Tompkins say that some of the members saw one of their men kill no less than seven of the Indiana Regiment. The engagement lasted about four hours, during which time in; our side, one--a young Sharp-Shooter. The conflict was ably managed by the company officers, and too much praise cannot be given to that noble young man, Capt. Tompkins, for the solicitude and devotion paid the security of his men. But for the able manner in which his command were deployed, their loss must have been heavy. His our all, and should he quit the service or be killed, good bye, Sharp-Shooters. There is not a dozen men who would not desert or obtain discharges." Captains Tompkins and Sargent, and Lieutenants Ludeman and Baber, arrived in this place yesterday, having been separated from the Army in that disgraceful retreat of Saturday,
Acquittal of a Murderer. Louisville, July 28th. --Green, the watch man, who shot and killed Mr. Tompkins few days ago, has been discharge from his arrest.