Two hundred wounded Federal soldiers were brought to this city yesterday, in ambulances, from a place called Haxall's Landing, on James river
, and were lodged in the C. S. Hospital
Many of them are wounded desperately, and can hardly hope to recover, while a number have lost either a leg or an arm, and in some individual instances both.
Several hundred more, in like condition, will be brought in to-day.
The following wounded officers were in the batch that arrived yesterday, viz: S. J. Thompson
Co. F, 22d Mass.; C. A. Woodworth
Co. H, 44th N. Y.; C. A. Jones
' 2d Lt. Co. E, 1st U. S. Sharpshooters; Chas. Brestele
Co. C, 7th N. Y. Vols.; Jas. Brown
, 2d Lt. Co. A, 62d Penn.; John Pullard
Co. E. 5th Michigan, Stephen Lang
, 2d Lt. Co. E. 7th N. Y. Vols., (leg amputated on the battle-field,) David Prince
, Brigade Surgeon
U. S. Vols.; Ro. Allen, Jr.
, 1st Lt.
1st U. S. Regular Cavalry.