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osses in the engagements of July 1st, 2d, and 3d--killed, 2834; wounded, 13,709; missing. 6,643; total, 23, 186. Three guns, 41 standards, and 13,621 prisoners fell into our hands." Judge Lowrie, of Philadelphia, has given a decision against the constitutionality of the draft. It won't do any good, however, as there is not any habeas corpus now. Bogus Union meetings are being held in Little Rock, Ask. The Evening Transcript, a paper started in Baltimore two weeks ago, by Wm. H. Wilson, one of the former proprietors of the Gazette, has been suppressed by Gen. Schenck. The fight at Rappahannock Station seems to have been considered by the Yankees as a regular battle. Meade has issued a congratulatory order upon the event. Ferdinand Richardson, for many years Clerk of the late U. S. District Court in Eastern Virginia, has been confined in the Old Capitol at Washington as a hostage. Little Rock advices, of the 6th inst., say that the rebel Gens. Price's an
Stolen jewelry. --The evidence against the unfortunate girl that robbed Mrs. Wilson of her jewelry, on Tuesday last, showed that a small portion of it was recovered from a Miss Pike, a little girl about ten years of age, to whom it was given as a keepsake by the child that took it. The receiver was too young to know the impropriety of accepting such a gift; but when questioned about it readily returned it.