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Sent to Hanover. --James Tyler, charged with stealing a cow from Jeremiah M. Smith, of Hanover, was arraigned before the Mayor yesterday. The evidence proved that Smith lost a cow and found her in the possession of John Miller, in Richmond, and a receipt showed that the latter bought the cow from the prisoner and his wife. The alleged larceny having been committed in Hanover, the Mayor sent the case to that county to be disposed of.
econnoitering party sent out by Col. Clarkson. The party of Confederates engaged consisted of 21 men under command of Capt. Miller, of the Vicksburg Sharp-Shooters, whose company is now stationed at Manassas. The Captain obtained a furlough some fee was detained at Bristol by the burning of the bridge. A party of citizens of Bristol armed themselves and requested Capt. Miller to take command of them for the purpose of aiding in the arrest of the traitors who had burned the bridge, which he did of Elizabethtown, with orders that in case he should find the enemy posted in any strength to fall back and report. Capt. Miller proceeded some two or three miles to South fork of the Holston river, which runs near Elizabethtown, when with one manwas made opposite Elizabethtown, when a smart skirmish took place, the parties firing across the river at each other. Capt. Miller, from whom my information is derived, states that the enemy were posted along the river bank for about three hundred y
--The official report of the casualties in Col. Marks's regiment is as follows: Killed.--Major Butler, Sergeant Kelly, Lieut. Alexander, Privates Bard, Loudy, Vinson, Cannon, Sprine, Horn, Williams Edgar, and Conway. Wounded.--Lieutenants Miller and Dennison, privates Murphy, Stanton, Dunn, Barnes, Moody, Hapiman, McChell, Barn, Pratt, Myers, Hoorn, Hussy, Sergeant Weaver, J. Weaver, Stubble, Neff, Smith, Heavman, Sergeant McKnight, Stalto, Hoingens, Sheffield, Bostick, Crowley, DeKnight, Stalto, Hoingens, Sheffield, Bostick, Crowley, Delany, Ettinger, Maker, Herringer, Filliand, Donnelly, McMullen, Carrioll, Winneyer, Walsh, Muse, Brown, Magard, Blaton, Burke, and Stuart. In the Artillery, Corporal Wall and private Madellon were killed; and privates Bassalt and Wasson were wounded. At the battery, privates McCune and Clare were killed; and privates Oral, Steiner, Anderton, and Lieut. Ball were wounded. In Miller's Cavalry, private Hendricks was wounded.