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e left behind his camp equipage, wagons, horses, large quantities of ammunition, and fifty head of cattle. Our loss is only fifteen killed and about seventy wounded, generally flesh wounds. The rebels' loss is not ascertained, as they carried their dead and wounded across the river during the night, but it was certainly very serious. Captain McGroarty, of Cincinnati, Capt. McMullin and Lieut. Snyder, of Ohio, are among the wounded, but not dangerously. Twenty-five men of Col. Tyler's regiment, who were taken prisoners by General Floyd at Cross Lanes, were recaptured by our troops. Gen. Floyd's personal baggage, with that of all his officers, was also taken. General Benham's brigade, which suffered most, was commanded by him in person, and Colonel McCook also led his brigade into action. Major General Rosencranz, Gen. Benham, Cols. McCook, Lyttle and Lowe, and Captains Hartsuff, Snider, McMullin and Burk, and other officers displayed particular acts of