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Congress--Gen. Stuart's report.

Congress re-assembled yesterday at twelve o'clock, and immediately went into secret session. Messrs. Thomas and Burnett, numbers from the State of Kentucky, appeared, were qualified, and took their seats.

The report of Brigadier General J. E. B. Stuart, of the battle or Drainsville, was read in secret session, and ordered to be published. The following is a summary of the casualties, as exhibited in the report:

11th Virginia6160
6th South Carolina8450
10th Alabama15456
1st Kentucky1232
Cutts's Battery3150

"The list of killed has been materially increased by deaths which have occurred since the battle, as the number found dead on the field was only 27."

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