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, who were believed to have been killed or taken prisoners, have since the battle found their way into the camp of the Confederate troops. The last heard of Col. Heck's command was that he was making his way through the mountains to join Gen. Garnett's forces, but as it was reported that Gen. Garnett had retired from Laurel Hill, and his position of destination unknown, it was uncertain when Col. Heck would join him. Col. Scott's regiment was said to be about forty miles from Staunton, and had been rein forced by several regiments, within the past few days. It was also reported that ten thousand of the Federal army were between Gen. Gannett'sn balls shot through him. All of Capt. Iavin's company, from Buckingham, was killed, together with all of his officers, except Lt Col. Bondurant and fifteen men. Col. Heck escaped to Gen. Garnett, it is thought, and it is supposed that Gen. Garnett retired into Hardy or Pendleton counties. Col. Scott came upon the field just a