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there been raging, we counted eighty one horses lying dead, from the effect of the shot and shell which had there been so fearfully raining. Scarcely a house or barn in the immediate neighborhood of these battle fields but are in some- way injured, while many are totally destroyed, being set on fire by shells. All along the many positions where our line of battle was formed, are evidences, in the shape of hastily constructed breastworks, the never falling ingenuity of the ready handed Yankee. Our dated are all interred, while at the head of the grave of each some mark is placed, by which the body there buried can be recognized. Gettysburg.--During the afternoon of Saturday the above-named placed was held jointly by our own and the rebel forces, but late in the evening the rebels evacuated their portion, leaving us in quiet possession of the built up section of the town. To-day we spent over an hour in roaming about the place and in conversing with the inhabitants,