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. 30th Va Regiment. Captain Winston Radford, from Bedford, of Radford's Rangers, killed; Edley Irvin, same company, killed; Private Fuqua, Clay Dragoons, Company A, Radford Rangers, killed; Corp'l C. Turpin, wounded, same company. Col. Cash's 8th South Carolina Regiment. Lieut. Cook, Company H, wounded; Capt. Harrington, Company G. wounded; Private Cook, Company G, wounded; Private Long, Company G, wounded; Private White, Company C, killed; Private Eilaby, Company C, wounded. Private Dixon, Company F, killed. Capt. Harrington, of Company G, (Colonel Cash's South Carolina Regiment) captured Hon. Mr. Ely, or Early, a member of the U. S. Congress, from Rochester District, N. Y.--an amateur fighter. Twenty-right Virginia Regiment, Col. R. T. Preston. Company B--Capt R. C. Runnels and private Z F Nutter, slightly wounded. Capt. Kent's Company--First Lieutenant R. W. Saunders, wounded; Ed. Langhorne, killed. General Kirby Smith, of Regular Army,
The battle at Stone Bridge. Mr. Pritchard, of the Associated Press, furnishes the annexed: From a very intelligent and reliable gentleman from South Carolina, who was on the battle- field, and who held a prominent position there, I have obtained the following statement: South Carolina had seven regiments (including the Hampton Legion) on the battle-ground near Manassas on Sunday last. The Second Regiment, commanded by Col. Kershaw, was in the hottest of the fight. Col. Cash, of the Eighth Regiment, was with Col. Kershaw, and those regiments brigaded together. Col. Sloan's Fourth Regiment was the first which engaged the enemy; it opened the ball. It was stationed three miles to the left of the other South Carolina regiments, and, with the Louisiana troops, suffered considerably. Adjutant Wilkes, Lieut. Earle, and other officers, were killed. Captain Poole was severely, if not mortally, wounded. Captain Kilpatrick was also wounded, and, it is feared, sever