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ocure and bury the dead, which was granted, one hour being allotted for that purpose. They then fell back on the fortifications near the railroad, "which are very extensive," leaving behind them one large gun; which they had spiked. The rebel force was estimated at from ten thousand to twelve thousand men, under the command of General Pope, and their loss is not known. The forces of the Union troops were four thousand five hundred. The loss on the Union side was eight wounded. Major Watson of the Eighth Michigan was mortally wounded. General Stevens now holds possession of the main land, and awaits reinforcements from the North to proceed. Congressional proceedings — suspected disloyalty of the New Oregon Senator--Mr. Vallandigham and the Mason-Slidell affair. Washington, January 7. --Both Houses of Congress re-assembled yesterday. In the Senate, the credentials of the new Senator from Oregon, Mr. Stark, were presented by his colleague, but Mr. Fessenden