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From General Lee's army. Confederate account of the Batt's of Gettysburg--Gen. Lee Falls back in good order to Hagerstown — our army not to evacuate Maryland--ten thousand Yankees captured. A wounded officer of Wright's brigade, who arrived here yesterday evening, gives some highly interesting particulars of the battles of Gettysburg, which entirely changes the face of the news published from Northern sources. He left Gettysburg at 11 o'clock on Saturday morning. From his st battle was the most furious that has taken place in this country, and the losses of the enemy in killed and wounded must exceed ours. In the charge upon them which drove them five miles, their loss, while flying before our troops was enormous. Wright's brigade suffered severely. One of the regiments which went into action with a Colonel, Lieut. Colonel, and five or six Captains came out in charge of a Second Lieutenant, the ranking officers having been either killed or wounded. Our info
Murder. --John Carter, Edward Skahan and Patrick McAnara, were before the Mayor yesterday to answer the charge of feloniously stabbing and killing George P. Wright, on the 1st of July. When the case was called a large number of witnesses appeared and testified, but none of them recognized either of the prisoners as the murderer. Patrick J. McGrath saw the wounded man and talked with him only a few moments before his death. The deceased then gave his name as Deyle, a member of the 8th Louisiana, but since substituted in a Virginia regiment under the assumed name of George P. Smith. While Mr. McG was talking to the wounded man Sidney Wicker came up and inquired as to his condition. A woman standing by charged him with the murder, and he instantly left. The examination was adjourned till Saturday next.