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just as reinforcements were about to join them they came back, the right of the line being in some confusion. The whole Yankee loss is estimated at 300 men. Jacques and Kirk visit Richmond. The Washington correspondent of the Philadelphia Inquirer states, in reference to the visit of Jacques and Kirk to Richmond, that theJacques and Kirk to Richmond, that the report that they acted in an official capacity for the Federal Government, or that they were in any respect recognized either at Washington or in Richmond as agents, messengers, envoys, &c, of the United States, is untrue. The object of their mission was not present in its nature, but altogether ulterior and dependent upon contind no difficulty in entering the Confederate lines, and, in fact, every courtesy was kindly extended to them as they journeyed towards the capital. As soon as Colonel Jacques arrived in Richmond, he requested that he might be placed under guard, which was immediately done, although the entire freedom of the city was immediately ext