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severe fighting, were carried by our troops. Early in the day their lines were broken, and in confusion their defeated forces left the field. Many prisoners were captured, some three thousand of whom have reached this point. Among them is Brig. Gen. Hays, who commanded a brigade in Gen. Couch's corps, and his aide-de-camp, Captain Echols. The prisoners brought here represent some forty different regiments, and, as usual, are mostly men of foreign birth. Among the officers whose names I3d, and 4th companies of the Louisiana Washington Artillery. The 5th Louisiana regiment were nearly all taken prisoners, together with many men belonging to the 6th Louisiana. On Monday our army flanked the enemy and retook Marye's Heights. Hays's Louisiana brigade greatly distinguished itself, taking fourteen pieces of the enemy's artillery. We lost in all fourteen pieces of artillery and captured, fifty-three. We also captured nearly 10,000 prisoners, 7,000 of whom are said to be