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of the Lynchburg Republican: Company A--Captain Mullins commanding Killed — none. Wounded — Lieut J W Crete and Private P F Frazier. Missing — W Watkins. Company B--Killed — none. Wounded--Privates Thos Bryan and W H Whitenack Missing — Corporal J H Payne, and Privates O Reid and John T. Smith. Company C--Captain Buford commanding. Killed — Privates W E Dooley and W H Vest. Wounded--Capt Buford, and private. Ben D Crouch, Thomas A. Williams John A Vest. Missing--Sergeant Robert Williams and Color corporal Wm S Jones. Company D--Capt. Reweigh commanding Killed--Private Jas Field. Wounded--Sergeant Foster, Corporal Lower, and privates John M Dowdy and Thos Wilson. Company E--Captain Dyerre commanding Killed — none. Wounded — Sergeant J E Evans and Wm McCaulley, and privates J P Eddington, J W Alrheart, D N Wortz, G Shrewsberry, D Shreasbarry, and Wm Taylor Missing — Privates S Reynolds and — Hall. Company F--Capt Wingfield commanding. Ki
now commands the army. He says that this is a second Manassas fight. Gen. Buell was not in time to take part in the action. Gen. Grant was in command of the Federal forces. Memphis, April 7.--A dispatch from Corinth, dated yesterday, says:The great battle commenced at daylight this morning.-- The Yankees were driven back two miles. Our victorious columns are still advancing. The 1st Louisiana regiment has taken one Federal battery, and several others have been captured. Col. Williams, of Memphis, were killed. General Prentiss, who was captured, says they had 35,000 men on the field are eighteen batteries, nearly all of which have been captured. Gen. Buell had a portion of his force at Duck River. We have the enemy's camp, and all their ammunition, stores, &c. The battle was a very severe one--loss on both sides very heavy. The fighting is still going on. Gen. Polk is in the advance. Generals Prentiss, Grant, Shernean, McClernand, Wallace