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th a very severe and almost fatal wound — losing one of his limbs, we understand. Gen. Gibbon, another Brigadier of King's division, had his brigade terribly cut up, but we believe escaped personal injury. Gen. Patrick, who, on becoming our Military Governor the second time, is reported to have said that during the first he administered the gospel, but that he now came to give the law — and whose two Administrations might very well have been thus designated — this officer was reported as killed during the Manassas fight. Gen. Stevens, who was our Military Governor for a few brief days, and ordered to reinforce Pope, was killed on the field of battle. Gen. Reno, another of Gen. Burnside's corps, was killed last week in the fight near Middletown, Maryland. This list speaks volumes as a commentary upon the war. Several of the officers volunteered in Lincoln's service to invade Southern soil; the forfeit to them has been life itself-- Fredericksburg (Va) Her