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— Jones, in face;--McDonald, do. The Second Company was not actively engaged. The following is the loss in Johnson's battery, of Richmond, on Saturday, the 13th December: Lt V J Clutter, slightly wounded in face; Private Edward Hayse, of Richmond, mortally wounded in head. Seriously wounded: Privates Birch, in arm; E. B. Watts, do; Edward Earl, do, Isom, in head.--Slightly wounded: Privates Hammond, in hand; Chas Burley, in leg; Stiagle, in breast; Messey, in arm; McCann, in back; Garrett, in back and neck; Owen, in thigh; Mcfield, in side. Sunday and yesterday. On Sunday morning it was confidently expected the battle would be renewed, and the heavy cannonading early in the day at each end of the line gave strength to the impression that the enemy were about to make one more trial of their strength; but as the day wore on it became apparent that they were not disposed to make another attack so soon after the signal repulse of Saturday. Our information from the