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part of the line held by Edward Johnson's division. Here, too, he was beaten back, leaving many dead and wounded on the ground. During these operations Ewell captured 2,000 prisoners, nearly all of whom were taken by Gordon's Georgia brigade and Hays's Louisiana, both of whom behaved with distinguished gallantly. Longstreet had not yet reached the ground.--Leaving Gordonsville at 4 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, he marched fifteen miles that night. The next day he marched down the Catharpi true soldier; let us pray that the other may long be spared to the country he has served with so much modesty and courage. Major Gen. Wadsworth, of the Federal army, received a mortal wound in the head, and is now in one of our hospitals. Brig. Gen. Hays, of the same army, was killed. At half-past 4 o'clock Gen. Lee determined to feel of the enemy and ascertain his position on Brock's road. On the right, where I had my position, the brigades of Kershaw, Humphreys, and Wefford, of Kersh