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g remained at Fort tickens. All statements from our men who anticipated agree that they killed between two and three hundred of the Yankees. Our ss in killed and missing is forty, and thirty-five wounded, five of whom died yesterday.--ost of our losses in the skirmish are attribu- to cross firing, when our men were shooting at the Zouaves from opposite sides, and to their not being able to distinguish the badge their comrades in the darkness of the night, and shooting one another. Lieut. Sayre, when seen last, was on the each, in a wounded condition. His friends who had him in charge had carried him two three miles, and were finally compelled to have him to save themselves. He had requested them to do so previously, but they clung to him to the last moment, and then put a coat under his head for a pillow. He was shot in the thigh, and was much exhausted from leeding He fought gallantly as long as he should. It is supposed he was taken prisoner this helpless condition by t