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Lexington Artillery.

--We have had the pleasure of an interview with Lieut. J. B. Brockenbrough, of Capt. Pendleton's Lexington Artillery, who was wounded in the great battle of the 21st. He has detailed to us many interesting incidents of this extraordinary contest. We learn from Mr. B. that none of his company were killed, and only three wounded--John Jordan, J. P. Smith and himself — none dangerously. The gallant Captain of this company is Rev. Dr. Pendleton, Rector of the Episcopal Church of Lexington, a graduate of West Point, and a splendid soldier. Mr. Brockenbrough, a gallant and promising officer, is one of three sons of Judge Brockenbrough, of the Confederate Congress, who are now in the Army.

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