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me of them are given (by the initial) in a letter which I append. The following are the names of those captured. They frankly admitted that they were bound for Richmond. A. Gires, M. E., Hains, W. H. Archer, John L. Welch, C. R. Hodges, W. S. Winder, G. C. Burch, M. Thompson, H. Burch, E. B. Goldsborough, Lloyd Lownders, Albert Mudd, George Mudd. One of those who escaped is T. H. Hodgers, brother of C. R. Hodgers, given in the above list. --These two men had documents in their posses and says it is quite possible it reached in killed and wounded 2,000. He compliments the Captains of the Fourth and Sixth Maine batteries, and says their aim was terribly accurate. A shell from Capt. McGilva's battery, the Fort Maine, killed Gen. Winder while he was in the act of signaling for reinforcements. How soon we are to advance beyond the Rapidan and again commence offensive movements, I am not allowed to say, even if I knew, which I do not. Gen. Pope's original plans were entire