. With regard to the details of the fight, we have but little to add to the statements heretofore published.
The trains from Gordonsville bring no intelligence, and the facilities accorded the press for communicating with the armies are of the most limited character.
Among the additional casualties reported are the following: Capt. Snowden Andrews, Maryland Artillery, killed; Capt. Deyeric, 42d Virginia regiment, wounded; Capt. W. Y. C. Hannam, commanding 48th Virginia, wounded; Lieut. John Venable, company B, 48th Virginia, wounded; Lieut. Cox, 45th Virginia, killed, Lieut. Hudson, 48th Virginia, wounded; Capt. Duff, 37th Virginia, reported taken prisoner and afterwards killed.
The following are the casualties in the Louisiana Guard Artillery, Capt. D'Aquin, of New Orleans; Killed--Lieut Edward Murphy, Private Paul Peyroun.
Wounded--Corporal F. K. Dixon, Privates A. K. Shay, T. A. Senddy, and T. D. Walden.
There are various rumors in circulation as to the movements of