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ing some casualties. Col. Settle led several companies of his Irish to charge the batteries, when he was brought down by a shot in the leg. Col. Smith engaged the Confederates on the left, and Col. Lowe directly in front, Col. Lowe was killed. McMullen's howitzer battery and Snyder's two field ideces got into the best position possible, and soon silenced two of the Confederates' guns.--The fire slackened at internals, but grew more furious as night approached, when the German Brigade was led it have been serious. [Second Dispatch.] Louisville, Ky., Sept. 13. --Among the names mentioned for gallantry and soldierly conduct by Gen. Rosencranz, are Gen. Benham; Colonels McCook, Little, and Low, Captains Hartzuff, Snyder, and McMullen, and Major Burke. Gen. Rosencranz's official account of the battle is very similar to that already sent. He says there were about twenty Federals killed and about 100 wounded. He found two stands of colors, a few prisoners, and some camp e