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serious than we are prepared to believe; yet we confess ourselves to be without the means of contradicting the Yankee statements. Grant claims to have captured twenty-two hundred of our men during the attack on Forts Steadman and Haskell. General Lee, in his report of that affair, said: "Our loss, as reported, is small. " Telegrams and letters from Petersburg just after the fight stated that "we lost several hundred prisoners." Grant also claims to have taken five hundred prisoners at Hatcher's run on the same day. Again, as in the previous case, we are without the information necessary to disprove the truth of his figures. But when he comes to the subject of his own losses, we are more fortunate. He says: "Our loss is estimated at eight hundred, but may prove less." We have now — in our keeping over that number of prisoners, taken from him on that day; and surely it will not be pretended that no Yankees were killed or wounded in the fight. We have no doubt that Grant has as