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ed by the people of the United States." The funeral of General Reno, who was killed at South Mountain, was to take place inooker of the Federal army was wounded in the foot, and Maj. Gen. Reno shot through the heart, expiring in a few moments. Ittle of Sunday. It was in the battle of Sunday that Major Gen. Reno was killed. It took place at Frog Gap, about 12 milesd were Longstreet's and Hill's on the Confederate side, and Reno's corps d'armee, the Pennsylvania Reserve corps, and Rickete top of the mountain — thence down on the other side. Reno's corps on the left did its part nobly. The men were calle own. Altogether we captured two thousand prisoners. Gen. Reno was killed on the field of battle. At the time of the caon drove their rear quad from that place. Porter's and Reno's corps took a shorter road over the mountain, and arrived I can learn of few field officers killed. The death of Gen. Reno is mourned throughout the whole army. The Recapture
n Star contains the following: Dispatches from M'Clellan. headquarters of the army,Three miles beyond Middletown. September 14-- 9:40 P. M. Henry W Halleck, General in Chief. After a very severe engagement, the corps of Booker and Reno have carried the heights commanding the Heger's own road. The troops behaved magnificently. They never fought better Franklin has been hotly engaged on the extreme left. I do not yet know the result, except that tiring indicated progress on hisrminated, leaving us in possession of the entire crest. It has been a glorious victory. I cannot tell whether the enemy will retreat during the night or appear in increased force in the morning. I regret to add that the gallant and able General Reno is killed. Geo. B. McCLELLAN, Major General. headquarters army of Potomac. September 15. 8 A. M Henry W. Halleck, General in Chief: I have just learned from Gen. Hooker in the advance, who states that the information is p