ntic source, and headquarters, at 11 o'clk, this (Friday) morning, have received no authentic advices from the battle field later than Wednesday evening. Our force in that fight was about 15,000 infantry, assisted by 8 batteries of artillery and $500 cavalry; but this force was reinforced towards the close of the fight.
The rebel force has not been estimated.
Among the casualties at Perryville, on Wednesday, are the following: Gen. Jackson, killed; Gen, Terrill, killed; Acting Brig-Gen Webster, killed; Acting Brig. Gen. Lyttle, killed; Lt. Col. Sercet, killed; Maj. Campbell, of the Fifteenth Kentucky cavalry, killed; Col. Pope, of the same regiment, wounded.
There is no confirmation of the death of Gen. Sheridan. Gen. Rousseau is reported slightly wounded.
Col. Woodford, of the First Kentucky cavalry, after making five charges, took two Kentucky batteries, and the enemy, after very hard fighting, were driven back eight miles.
The foregoing relates to Wednesday's fight.