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supposed mortally. Wm. Griffith, of Prince George, wounded in both thighs Jas Kane, of Prince George, in the leg. Captured. Rev. Wm. A. Hall, Chaplain Washington New Orleans Artillery. Prof Carr, of the Petersburg Female College. James Bossieux, merchant of this city. James Kerr, of Petersburg Timothy Rives, of Prince George. Samuel Jones, of Prince George--6. Prisoners captured. The following prisoners were brought in at an early hour yesterday afternoon: Wm. Tompkins, co. F., 11th Penn cavalry, commanded by Col. Speare; Solomon Saxton, do; John Logan, co. D., same regiment, and Peter White, bugler, of the same regiment. These men all agree that the expedition was for the purpose of capturing Petersburg. They say that Gen. Kantz was in command, and that Colonel Speare was along. They left Bermuda Hundred at half past 10 o'clock on Wednesday night, and crossed on a pontoon bridge three miles this side of City Point.