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iment, of Imboden's command, lost seven captains killed and wounded. We have learned the names of none of these captains except that of Capt. Currence, who was killed. The Cadets of the Virginia Military Institute participated gallantly, and efficiently in this battle. Their loss is reported 6 killed and 39 wounded. We have received the names only of the following: Killed: W. H. Cabell,--Jones, Charles Crocket, McDowell, Stanard, Randolph.--Badly Wounded: Garnet, Whitson, J. A. Stuart, Shriver and Capt. Hill. Slightly Wounded: Chas. W. Turner, J. Wise, Johnston, Dillard, Berkeley, Triplett, Marshall, Watson, and H. C. Reed. We captured one hundred prisoners exclusive of the wounded, and the enemy left 138 of their dead on the field, which would indicate a loss of not less than 600 or 700. The casualties in the Captains of the 62d regiment alluded to above are as follows: --Killed: Capt. Currence. Wounded: Capts. Chipley, Bastable, Hill, Holf, Smith and Woodson.