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erson, who distinguished himself by the daring exploit of capturing Castillo in Nicaragua, with 45 men, after Lockbridge and Titus had failed with 800.) Capt. Imboden's, Capt. Lewis's, and Capt. Crane's University company were the companies engaged, with one six-pounder and one howitzer, under Major Gibbes, of South Carolina, Capt. McComas and Lieut. Pairo, of Richmond. The casualties were trifling on our side, though we have to regret the death of Lieut. Howell, of Mississippi, of Capt. McDonnell's company, and that of one of Capt. Imboden's gallant Rangers. Captain Lewis was shot through the breast, but is doing well. Three privates were wounded in the above named companies, one very severely. The only loss in the artillery was Lieut. Pairo's horse shot from under him. The enemy was obviously only feeling for the flanks of our position and evidently could make nothing of it, and "no wonder," as Prof. Shead remarked, "since it has no flanks at all." The guns were only advance