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cott, 10th Va; Upshur Manning, 12th Va; A E Dornim, Moorman's battery; J Kent Longhorn, Wise Troop;-- Preston, 2d Va cavalry. The following is a partial list of those who are wounded: Col Butler, 1st S C, leg amputated; Captain Farley, Stuart's staff, leg amputated; Capt White, Stuart's staff; Lieut N Richardson, 10th Va Lieut C G Shumate, 6th Va; Lieut R W Allen, 6th Va; Lieut John Puryear, 3d Va; Major M D Ball, 11th Va, slightly; Capt Andrews, 2d N C; Lieut Blessingame, 2d N C; SerStuart's staff; Lieut N Richardson, 10th Va Lieut C G Shumate, 6th Va; Lieut R W Allen, 6th Va; Lieut John Puryear, 3d Va; Major M D Ball, 11th Va, slightly; Capt Andrews, 2d N C; Lieut Blessingame, 2d N C; Sergt J M Durrett, 10th Va; Serg't John Mason, 10th Va; Corp'l B C Brown, 10th Va. Among the names of officers given as captured are Lieut-Col Wm H Payne, 4th Va, and Capt Rich, of Young's regiment. We had no Colonels killed, except Cols. Williams and Hampton. Col. Green, who was at first reported among the slain, was not injured.
s: Our losses from the 23d to this date, in killed, wounded and missing, are nearly one thousand, including, I deeply regret to say, some of the ablest officers of the corps. The fight at Brandy Station — position of Affairs at Fredericksburg. The following dispatch, dated Washington, June 9th, is the only notice of the fight in Culpeper which has reached the New York papers: A severe engagement took place this morning between our cavalry and that of the rebels, under Gen. Stuart. The locality at which it occurred was Beverly's ford, on the Rappahannock, five miles above Rappahannock Station and about the same distance below the Sulphur Springs. A dispatch from below Fredericksburg, dated the 7th, estimates the number of Confederates there at 30,000. The dispatch adds: Although the crossing of the Rappahannock at this point was for the third time effected on Friday evening, our forces have advanced no further than the open plain behind the rifle-pits f