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hundred and fifty of our wounded, and about eighty of the enemy, have already been brought in. Martin's battery loses four wounded, and Waterman's two. A dispatch from Warrenton Junction says: The 2d division of the 3d corps, under Gen. H. Prince, crossed the river last evening at Kell's Ford, and captured 252 of the 2d and 38th North Carolina regiments. The prisoners say their orders were to remain there and fight untifordered to retreat or taken prisoners. Gen. Prince's boys wadedGen. Prince's boys waded the ford, which was about waist deep, and their prisoners had to wade back. The 20th New York militia, Lieut.-Col. Hardenberg commanding, accompanies the prisoners to Washington as an escort. The wounded are arriving here, on their way to Washington. Cars are also ordered for fifteen hundred prisoners. Two hundred and fifty of the latter were taken by the left wing, commanded by Major General Freach. The prisoners are now arriving. They are chiefly from North Carolina and Louisia