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hat of "repeatedly charging the Confederates in the battle. The charging on that occasion was done by the glorious Louisiana brigade, and that theymade the Yankees"run like sheep is proved by the result.] A correspondent of the Cincinnati Gazette, giving an account of the battle, puts down the Federal lose at 450 killed and wounded, including several Colonels and captains, and the rebel loss at 600, including Gen. Stewart killed ! Remarkable statement ! The writer concludes: Col. S. S. Carroll, of Ohio, with two regiments of Shield's division, reached the opposite side of the river from here yesterday morning.(8th,) and attempted to hold the bridge, but was driven back by Jackson. He opened with his artillery this morning on the bridge, as the rebel army were crossing, out was driven back by the superior force of Jackson, and retreated down the river. "curious rebel Document" The New York Herold informs us that the following "curious rebel document" was found, with