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at Colonel Garnett, commanding the 21 brigade, was killed in the engagement, is erroneous. We learn from Captain Turner, who saw them afterwards, that his wound was slight, not sufficiently serious to cause him any great inconvenience. Corporal Lindsay, of company F, was shot through the head with a pistol by a Yankee officer, but the act was immediately avenged by Lindsay's comrades, who thrust their bayonets into the Yankee, killing him on the spot. It is stated that the Orange and Lindsay's comrades, who thrust their bayonets into the Yankee, killing him on the spot. It is stated that the Orange and Alexandria railroad is in operation from Alexandria to Culpeper Court-House, and that Pope has been receiving heavy reinforcements over this route. The exact locality of the fight is said to have been on the plantation of the Rev. D. F. Slaughter near Mitchell's Station, in Culpeper county. The enemy carried off most of their dead and wounded, though a number of the latter were left on the field, and fell into our hands, but were subsequently paroled and sent to the enemy's lines under