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men, the enemy surrendered. The whole capture is as follows: Three hundred and eighty prisoners, including sixteen commissioned officers, upwards of four hundred horses, twenty or thirty wagons, and something like five hundred stand of small arms, including three pieces of artillery. The officers captured consisted of one Major four Captains and the remainder of a less rank. It was commanded by Major H. C. Beers, of the 16th Illinois cavalry. The Major is confined in the jail of this county, under charge of killing one of our men after he had surrendered, and other outrageous conduct. We learn from Mr. Alderson, that Gen. Jones's brigade, during the last two months has captured 1,295 prisoners, over one hundred wagons, eight hundred mules, and upwards of fifteen hundred horses. In the affair referred to above, he lost five men killed including the brave Lieut. Samuels, of the 8th Virginia cavalry, and twelve wounded. The enemy's loss was ten killed and some thirty wounded.