ected on all sides, and as they thought, both in front and rear.
They are now in our possession, and the Yankees have made no attempt to recapture them.
Among the prisoners captured on Thursday are about eighty commissioned officers, including the following: Lieutenant-Colonel T. A. Walker, Assistant Adjutant-General; Major John W. Beattic, One Hundred and Sixty-fourth New York; Major John W. Byron, Eighty-eighth New York; Major John Byrne, One Hundred and Fifty fifth New York; Major Frank Williamson, Fourth New York Heavy Artillery.
No officers of higher rank are among the number, though it was currently reported that a brigadier-general had fallen into our hands.
Another lot of Yankee prisoners, among them between sixty and seventy wounded, were brought to this city yesterday from Petersburg.
One died on the passage.
The rumor that the enemy had landed in force at the White House, on the Pamunkey river, is without foundation.
There might have been a small party in t