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im to his room longer than a fortnight, probably. Pursuit by the enemy — Richmond taken. The enemy followed our fugitives into Richmond, and took possession of that place after 5 o'clock.--Some of their cavalry also pursued fugitives of Metcalf's cavalry, and killed a number of them. It was reported that Col. Metcalf's men did not behave gallantly, and that a column of them rode madly through Col. McMillan's regiment, throwing it into utter disorder. We could not ascertain any facts Col. Metcalf's men did not behave gallantly, and that a column of them rode madly through Col. McMillan's regiment, throwing it into utter disorder. We could not ascertain any facts about the 95th, which was the only Ohio regiment in the fight. The troops generally, however, behaved remarkably well for utterly raw levies, and, according to all accounts, the Indiana covered itself all over with glory. While the battle was approaching Richmond the Union people became very restive, and during the afternoon many of them fled in dismay to the country northward, some to Lexington, others to Louisville, and quite a number to this city. Our losses. No person could form