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the base of the ear and coming out at the left eye, completely destroying it. And yet with all these wounds in the head, neck and face, that man got up and wandered around until he came across our brigade, and so felt into my hands. Gen. Stanley's cavalry, which were out with us, had taken a lot of prisoners, and soon as Gen. Stanley heard of the outrage he sent word to me to have the wounded man brought up to his headquarters; the next morning he had him placed on the porch, and compGen. Stanley heard of the outrage he sent word to me to have the wounded man brought up to his headquarters; the next morning he had him placed on the porch, and compelled all these prisoners to come up and confront him seperately, telling him that if he could recognize any one as among the miscreants who had wounded him, there would be another shooting match on the other side of the house. But the wounded man shock his head and said there were none of his persecutors among the lot. I sent him to the hospital and hear since that there is some chance of his recovery. New fork items. The following items we glean from New York papers of the 1st inst.