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among the captured. Our loss in this affair is not heavy, and we learn that our Commanding General is perfectly satisfied with the result. Passengers by the Petersburg train last evening report that we captured over two thousand prisoners. It was a complete flank movement and executed with consummate skill. The fighting was severe for the time it lasted, but we have the reiterated assurance that our loss is not large, while that of the enemy is heavy. Among the wounded are Brigadier-General Anderson, of Georgia, and Major Marshall, of Fauquier county, Virginia--neither of them dangerously. The following official dispatch from General Lee, received last evening at the War Department, gives further details of our brilliant victory: "Headquarters army Northern Virginia, "August 26, 1864. "Hon. J. A. Seddon, Secretary of War: "General A. P. Hill attacked the enemy in his entrenchments at Reams's station yesterday evening, and at the second assault carried his entir
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