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n awarding to Col. Anderson the highest bravery. C. Jennings Wise, of your city, was among the bravest of the field. Hbe a pleasure to record the bravery of Col. Anderson and Capt. Wise--Nobly and well did they breast the shock of the encountenants Jones and Haslett, of the Rangers, are captured. Lieut. Wise, of Wise's Legion, arrived in our city yesterday. CommiWise's Legion, arrived in our city yesterday. Commissary's Sergeant Rice, of Col. Shaw's regiment, was captured. Capt. Cole was shot through the head and died instantly. GenGen. Wise is safe and recovering from his illness Major Huff is supposed to be captured. About sixty escaped of our men, the rers or killed. Five of the Rangers escaped, four are with Gen. Wise--two sergeants, one corporal, and two privates; the two pn by the inconsiderable force placed at the disposal of General Wise. It was the most unequal contest of the war, and the f state that indomitable partiot, statesman, and orator, General Wise, escaped from the clutches of those who so earnestly de