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done had he not played a smart trick and got out of their way. At Richmond Lieut. Perkins was placed in one of the tobacco warehouse hospitals for medical treatment. and Sunday, now in the Richmond hospitals and private houses, is placed by Lieut. Perkins at seven thousand. Every fourth house is a temporary hospital. The enemy their aid. They proposed to come down and "scoop up" these thirty thousand. Lieut. Perkins heard the and at night asked a rebel officer about the result of the fight. "Did you 'scoop up' these thirty thousand?" asked Lieut. Perkins. "You are a damned impertinent Yankee," was the rebel response. The most important news of all Lieut. Perkins brings back is that confirming the report of the wounding of Gen. Johnston. He was wounded in the groin, and will be disabled from militarsioner, succeeds him in command of the rebel forces in and about Richmond. Lieut. Perkins says further that the utmost consternation prevails among the citizens and