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rdson, 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; Col E M Gregory, 91st Penn, severely, Maj Auzelle, 5th N J; Lt Col Lownsburg, 5th Excel'r, severely; Maj Willoughby, 13th N Y, Maj Higgins, 86th N Y, Col Parker 2d N Y; Col Burlin, 6th N J; Col Willeta, 117th. N J; Col Potter, 12th N H; Maj Healy U S Chasseur, mortally; Col W H Noble, 12th Conn; Adj't Thomas, 20th Ind, badly; Col Resmey 8th N J; and 28 Captains and Lieutenants killed; and 52 Captains and Lieutenants wounded, many of them, it is feared, This is out a partite list of the among officers. Neon Carnallses.--The following rebel Generals are known to be wounded: Lieut Gen Jackson, slightly, and still in the saddle; Major-Gen D H Hill, severely; Major-Gen A P Hill, slightly; Brig Gen. Mabone, severely; Brig Gen Nichols, slightly; Major-Gen Ransom. The Situation. The World says, edi