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The enemy's losses in the late operations. The enemy admit a loss, down to Friday night, of 17,000 men, Pope officially stating his loss on that day to have been 8,000. In one of the Baltimore papers it is said that the entire Yankee loss, including that of Saturday, is 32,000 men — killed, wounded, and prisoners. This statement allows 15,000 for the lost on Saturday. That the loss of that particular day was vastly greater than the enemy admit, we take to be certain. They are not the p As many prisoners were taken, who were not included in the 7,000 paroled men mentioned by General Lee, we do not think we make an overestimate when we set down the whole Yankee loss at 30,000 in round numbers. Their loss on Friday, estimated by Pope himself at 8,000, added to their loss on Saturday, makes 38,000. Previous operations, including the battle of Cedar Run, the several expeditions of Seward, and the various skirmishes in which we were almost uniformly victorious, we should think w
he battles up to the present time does not exceed 11,000. In the first battle on Friday, at Bull Run, the loss on the Union side did not exceed, 4,000, although Gen. Pope announced it at 8,000. What the loss of the enemy has been, or whether any of their prominent officers have suffered, is not known. It is, however, believed toiver, and may shortly be expected up. Another account of the Centreville engagement. Washington, Sept. 2. --On Monday afternoon, about four o'clock, Gen. Pope received information that the rebels were concentrating a large force at a point on the Fairfax Court-House road, about two miles from Centreville, their principal object evidently being to cut off one of our was on trains. --Gen. Reno had previously been sent down the road. Gen. Pope ordered Gen. Heintzelman's command to proceed at once to the locality designated, with the object, if practicable, of dislodging them. This force reached the point soon after six o'clock, and found Reno's c