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the Hines, who accompanied the remains of the officers to this city, a list of the killed and wounded in the Richmond and two or three other companies, received by the flag of Our entire loss in killed was eight and in wounded thirty. This is the statement of Dr. Cole, and it may be relied upon as correct. Richmond Blues. Killed--Capt. O. Jennings Wise, private Wm. H Bennett. Wounded--Lieut. Fred. Carter, (shoulder,) Sergeant Geo. W. Jarvis, (side,) privates Wm. Reskell, Frank Johnston, H. Adler, and Francis Gamble--such wounded in leg, not dangerously. Capt. Coles's Company. Killed--Capt. Robt. Coles. Wounded--Private Thomas, (neck,) private Bahup, (shoulder,) and three others, names for ascertained. M' Culloce Rangers. Killed--Private Dotson. Wounded--Private Daly. (body,) Collur, (arm.) Capt. Morris's Company. Wounded--Private Robinson, (knee.) Capt. Swann's Company; Wounded--Lieut. Potier, (leg,) and two privates, slig
Latest from Fort Donelson.serious Damage to the Yankees. New Orleans, Feb. 14. --A private dispatch from Nashville says a dispatch had been received there, from Cave city, from Gen. Johnston, which states that we had 18 killed and 15 wounded at the battle at Fort Donelson. The enemy's loss in killed was from four to five hundred. Gen. Pillow has whipped the Yankees, and their gunboats are materially damaged. Copy of a private Dispatch. Nashville, Feb. 13. --The fight continued all day at Fort Donelson. We repulsed the enemy at all points of our line. The Federal gunboats retired evidently injured. Our loss was small, and our men are in flue spirits — The fight will probably be resumed to-morrow. [The above is merely confirmatory of dispatches previously published]