name of the people, I offer my cordial thanks to yourself and the troops under your command for this addition to the unprecedented series of great victories which your army has achieved.
"The universal rejoicing produced by this happy result, will be mingled with a general regret for the good and the brave who are numbered among the killed and the wounded." R. E.Lee, General.
Second Virginia Regiment--Company A.--Killed: Dophin T. Rawlins. Company G.--Killed: Benjamen White; wounded: Archy Aisquith, arm amputated; John R. Kearl, in the hand.
Company K--Ed. Harrell, leg broken; Lieut, Randolph, Allen, and Billings wounded.
Richmond Howitzers.--The following telegram from Fredericksburg has been received in this city:
"In let company Howitzers, Barksdale and Selden killed; Royall and Christian wounded.
In 2d company, none killed; Crane, H. Barnes, and L. R. Barnes wounded.
In 3d company, none killed; Wickham and Anderson wounded."