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of great moment will take place to-day, but whether the severe skirmishes of yesterday will culminate in a general action, is a point impossible to determine; but should this be the case, we are fully sure that all our preparations will result in brilliant victory, despite the traps, ambuscades, and etty cunning of the enemy evinced on many occasions as on yesterday. As General McClellan may claim the severe skirmish of yesterday as another "Federal victory," we will simply say that the brave 1st Louisianians were opposed to not less than seven Yankee regiments as the following prisoners captured by them testify: for in addition to the seizure of Captain James McKernan, of the 7th New Jersey, there are also the following visitors to Libby's warehouse: 1 Sergeant, 2 Corporals, 2 Musicians, 6 privates — in all, 12 prisoners, part of Sickles's Excelsior brigade, 7th N. J., 19th Mass., 2d N. Y., and 5th N. J. taken at the old battle ground of the "Seven Pines. " Three were wounded.