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; Col Sewell, 6th Burling, 5th N J; Lieut-Col Norton, N J, badly; Capt Fry, aid to Sickles, in Col Rose 21st Conn; Col Potter; Maj 25th N Y; Col Hecker, 82d. Ill; Col N 12th Cnn Col Font-Vosges, 20th N Y; Col Johns. 7th Mass, severely; Col Brown, N Y, knee shattered; Col Riley, 75th and a prisoner; Col Richardson, 25th N Y, severely; Col Van Gitan, commanding br Adjutant Stevens, 115th Penn; Col 1st N Y; Lieut-Col Coggewell, 2d Mass; Col Cock 149th N Y; Col Miles, 61st N Y, fatally; Parkersburg; Secretary of State, J. E. Boyer, of Middletown; Secretary of the Treasury, Campbell Tarr, of Brooke county; State Auditors, Samuel Brane of Wheeling, Judge B. O. Berckshire, of Morgantown; Wm. A. Harrison, of Clarksburg, and James H Brown, of Kanawha; Attorney General, A. B. Caldwell, of Wheeling. A brief account of the battle. Falmouth, Va., May 5. --Yesterday two terrible battles were fought by the 6th corps, Gen. Sedgwick, resulting in fearful carnage on both sides