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Statements of Federal Prisoners.--Hundreds of the Enemy Killed and Drowned--One Loss Heavy — Baker Certainly killed.

The following dispatch was received from correspondent at nine o'clock last night.

[by Telegraph.]

Manassas. Oct. 22--P. M.--The fight near was more serious than first realized. That account was sent from the of the engagement at dusk last night.--one hundred and twenty Federals were brought to Sudley Church this evening.--they say the fight commenced in the morning and continued at intervals during the Between four and five hundred of the enemy were killed, and three hundreds drowned in the Potomac. The prisoners will to morrow morning.

The loss is also heavy — say three hundred killed and wounded.

Baker, the ‘"Beauty and booty Senator, is enemy's killed."’

We infer from the previous movements of Gen. Evans's brigade, that the Federal were into the belief that our forces had already withdrawn from the neighborhood of bad that they anticipated a quiet companion of the rich country of London.--that they were completely routed is apparent though it was a cost valuable lives

Additional particulars will be found under the telegraph head.

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