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From Gordonsville. Gordonsville, Oct. 19. --All quiet in front to-day. In the fight at Bristow on Wednesday last Cooke's brigade is reported to have lost 509 men in killed and wounded, and Kirkland's brigade 514. The number of killed in both brigades is about 200. Loss of the enemy not known.
From Northern Virginia. --The news brought down by the Central train last night leaves no longer a doubt that Meade has escaped the pursuit of our forces and safely reached his fortifications near Centreville. A large number of prisoners, and no little amount of plunder, are some of the results of this pursuit. The last attempt to force the retreating foe into an engagement was made on Friday last, when Stuart's cavalry chased the enemy's cavalry across Bull Run. An officer, who came down last night, says that we have yet two thousand prisoners to come in who have been captured within the past two weeks. A number of our wounded came down, among them Brig. Gen. Kirkland, who was wounded in the engagement of Wednesday last.