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ny position of danger, but either on board a gunboat or on the way to Fortress Monroe. Most of the prisoners brought in yesterday were genuine Yankees; but there were some few Dutchmen among them, who speak a word of English. The casualties in Kemper's Brigade. The following is a partial list of the casualties in Kemper's brigade, in the fight of yesterday. 1st Va. Regiment. Killed: Serg't J W Wynne, Corporal Jno A Via, co H; privates J Toomey, co E; A Figher, co I; R Walthall, co G; A Goven, co D. Wounded: Private W W Turner, co D, , slight; Corp'l G E Craig, co D, scalp, slight; Corp'l W A Stober, co B, chest, serious; Lieut E W Martin, co H, leg, slight; privates H S Gillespie, co C, leg, slight; H C co C, neck, severe; W H Crigger, co B, abdomen, severe; C A Wills, co I, abdomen, severe; T Harvey, co G, arm, severe; B F Garrett, co D, hand, slight; J R Daniel, co B, face, slight. Eleventh Virginia--Field and Staff: Lieut Jol K Otey, severely wounde
We have received from a friend a copy of the Baltimore American, of Friday evening last, May 13th, nearly two days later intelligence than that published yesterday. It was captured in the fight yesterday below Drewry's Bluff, by H. M. Walthall, co D, 1st Va infantry. The Yankees had received the intelligence of the capture of Gens Ed Johnson and Stuart, and in pieces of artillery, on Thursday last, and were in high feather over it. The following is a high pressure dispatch from Gen Ingalls to Washington about it. We have made a ten strike to-day, Hancock went in at daylight. He has taken over 4,000 prisoners and over 95 guns, and is still fighting. Everybody is fighting, and have been for eight days. We shall have them this though it may take a day or two more. They fight has devils. Our losses are heavy — can't say how many. If Augusta forces were here now we could finish them to day. Hancock captured Gen. Ned Johnson and two other Generals, besides lo