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and wheeled, and fled from the remnant of the regiment commanded by his gallant classmate of the Confederate Army. Col. Reynolds and Col. Heath held the centre, assisted by four of Guy's guns, and their position it was which was chiefly assailed by the overwhelming ranks of the enemy under Rosencranz. They covered themselves with glory. Col. Reynolds's regiment having been reduced to so meagre a number by disease, he has been ordered to this place to recruit, and to take command here for the purpose of reducing to order the hospitals, and establishing a more vigilant military discipline generally. I regret to learn that Gen. Floyd suffers considerably from his wound, but I hope to hear that it will soon be healed. Messrs. W. B. Preston, Miles of South Carolina, and Venable of North Carolina, have arrived here, to inspect the hospitals in this part of Virginia. They were appointed as a committee to make a general investigation of hospitals and report to Congress. B.