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and at Centreville. Although I was not allowed the privilege of conversing with the prisoners, their statement came to me through a gentleman who did. Col. Milton Cogswell, the man from whom the most was expected, on account of his superior intelligence and education, proved the least friendly of all. He was an old army office eighth regiment of infantry. During this fight he had no command, but was captured while on special duty, probably as an engineer. It is reported here that Col. Cogswell has expressed the wish that he be speedily exchanged, in order that he may again enter the war against us. Col. Lee, of the 15th Massachusetts regiment, is verobably the grandest rascal in the whole Northern army, was shot early in the day, and fell, with five bullets through his breast. This information is given by Col. Cogswell, who saw him fall. There is nothing of unusual interest at this point. Every person is very much interested in getting news of the fight, and no one can