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Some of the enemy's wounded. The following is a list of wounded Hessians received at the Centreville Hospital on the 22d of July: Thos R. Hughes, 69th Regiment, Company K, wounded in the side and arm; removed to Richmond; out of danger. Theo Thebin, 69th, Co. D. wounded in the leg slightly; removed to Richmond. John Moran, 69th, Company H, not dangerously; removed. John H. Brown, 69th, Company J, removed slightly. Sol. F. Walker, 4th Maine, Co. K, wounded through the chest; died on the 23d July; leaves a wife and child at Winterport.Me. Thos Fagan, 14th Reg't N. Y. S. M. Co. B. shot through the left arm; removed on the 5th August to Richmond; out of danger. Warren B Racer, 14th N. Y. S. M, Company C, removed, slightly. David Jones, 2d Wisconsin, Company A, removed, slightly. Simeon Halth, 2d New Haven, Company A, slightly, removed. John D. Goi, 2d Artillery, Company E, removed, slightly. Geo. W. Gray, 1st, Company H, remai