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ur left, we were ordered to fall back to a more advantageous position. The regiment fell back in good order and re-formed, and was shortly afterward withdrawn from the field. The Kentuckians fought well on the left, the Virginians and Alabamians bravely on the right, but the heavy loss sustained by South Carolinians, in the centre, shows conclusively that she was in the heat of the fight, and that her suffering was as severe as any other regiment engaged. Palmetto. --Richmond Dispatch, Jan. 8. Rebels killed and wounded. The Norfolk Day Book, in its account of the fight, makes out the following losses: Regiments.Killed.Wounded.Missing.Total. Eleventh Virginia516122 Tenth Alabama15453090 Sixth South Carolina1844567 S. Carolina Artillery413--17 First Kentucky125834   Total4314344230 These figures are more likely to be below the real number than up to it. Gen. Ord's men found sixty-nine dead rebels on the battle-field, and as the proportion of wounded is generall