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he day, and that the rebels were as glad for night to come as we. The wounded left on the field when the right fell back state that no sooner had night masked them than the rebels began to retire. They fell back in haste, bearing their wounded, but none of their dead and taking many of our wounded officers with them. Captain Jones, of General Roussean's staff, was taken prisoner after the fight, while looking for the body of Col. W. H. Lytle, who, it was supposed, was dead. He and Captain Grover, of Col. Lytle's staff, were engaged in the task together, when they were approached by General Polk and escort and compelled to surrender. They were taken to Harrodsburg, and remained the guests of Gen. Polk until paroled. They represent Polk as a jocular fellow, who is continually punning. This is the only characteristic mentioned of him. General Bragg was on the field, and Captain Jones had an interview with Buckner at Polk's headquarters. A letter, dated Louisville, the 14th