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Our wounded Generals.

Gen. Armistead was not killed at Gettysburg, but is wounded and in the hands of the enemy. He was alive at last accounts. Gens. Pender, Hood, and Anderson, wounded in the battles of Gettysburg, Pa., have arrived at Staunton. Their wounds are not serious.--Gen. Jenkins has arrived at Harrisonburg, and is not in the hands of the enemy as they stated. He suffered some inconvenience in returning, but is doing well and will soon be in the saddle again.

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