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ommand is not yet organized. Captain Brownson, of my staff, was wounded severely during the night. Colonel Walker, Assistant Adjutant General, is missing. "This is acknowledged to have been one of the most desperate and determined fights of the war, resembling Spotsylvania in its character, though the number engaged gives it less importance. "A few more good troops would have given us a victory of considerable importance. "I forward this afternoon prisoners from the field of Wilcox's and Hebb's commands. "Major Angel, of my staff, saw and conversed with two prisoners of Mayline's division last night. I do not find them this morning. They say that Mayline's division, with the exception of one brigade, was there. "[Signed] W. L. Hancock." "To Major-General Grant." The following is just received: "Second Corps, August 26--12.30 P. M. "A safeguard that was left on the battle-field remained till after daylight this morning. "At that tim