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three hundred prisoners, and many small arms. I immediately apprised General Rosecrans of these facts, and directed him to urge on the good work. The followingtotally routed, throwing everything away. We are following sharply. "W. S. Rosecrans, Major-General." Under previous instructions Gen. Huribut is also following. Gen. McPherson is in the lead of Gen. Rosecrans's column. The rebel General Martin is said to be killed. U. S. Grant, Major-General Commanding. h, dated the 5th of course not so late as the one published above says: Rosecrans telegraphs that the loss is serious on our side, particularly in officers, buded. Gen. McPherson, with his command, reached Corinth yesterday. Gen. Rosecrans pursued the retreating enemy this morning, and, should they attempt to moveen. Orr took two batteries and about 200 prisoners. A large portion of Gen. Rosecrans's forces were at Chevalla. At this distance everything looks most favo