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ting all night. [Second Dispatch.] Petersburg June 23, 7:30 P M. --The prisoners captured yesterday evening number, by official counts, 1,676 privates and noncommissioned officers, and 65 commissioned officers. Our loss yesterday evening was about 300 killed and wounded; that of the enemy is estimated fully as many as 1,000--Over 1,500 stand of arms were taken. The troops engaged were Mahone's Virginia, Stunders's Alabama, and Wright's Georgia brigades, the whole commanded by Gen Mahone. Our advance fought the rear of the enemy's raiders near Dinwiddie C H, yesterday evening, capturing ten or fifteen prisoners. The enemy are reported to have reached the Junction of the Southside and Danville railroads to- day about 2 o'clock. The latest information from Hunter was that he had retreated through Buford's Gap towards Salem, in Roanoke Up to this hour there has been nothing to-day except sharpshooting and cannonading. The sharpshooters are very active.--T