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al dispatches of the actual engagement under Gen. Pierce. They no not essentially vary from the published accounts. It is therein stated that of the fourteen Federals killed, eight fell by the hands of their friends, through mistake, as heretofore explained, and that the number of wounded is forty-five.-- [A lie.] The Acting Quartermaster General has ordered the construction of one thousand wagons for the use of the army, to be equally divided among ten different manufacturers. Col. Keys will, there is little if any doubt, be appointed a Brigadier General in the army. A bearer of dispatches to Gen. Butler left Washington to-day. Col. Stone's column has been heard from this morning, but there is nothing to indicate their ultimate movements. They are still in Maryland. from New Orleans. Philadelphia, June 11.--A young man who left New Orleans on Wednesday of last week, reports that steam tow-boats were being prepared there for privateers, and a large flo