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Boble, company E, 45th regiment, in the head, superficial. A. J. Shuler, company E, 45th regiment, head. The loss of the enemy in killed, wounded and prisoners, will not fall short of one hundred. R. H. G. Camp Gauley, Floyd's Brigade, August 29, 1861. Since the battle on Monday morning last, nothing of special interest has transpired in this command. But little sickness prevails, and we are all in good spirits and quarters. On yesterday I attended one of our Yankee Captain prisoners to the hospital to see the wounded men. It is on the opposite side of Gauley, distant two miles. His meeting with his men was quite affecting. Shaking them by the hand, he said he was glad to see them "under any circumstances." He was a tutor in one of the Ohio colleges, and among the most dangerously wounded were four of his old scholars. One of them died before we left, and some of the rest will. As an evidence of our men's good marksmanship, it may be stated that near