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at the battle of Middle Creek: Captain Bryant's Company, 29th Virginia Regiment--Killed--Privates, Oscar Pickett, Leftwich Patton, John Pickett, Wm. Bowers. Wounded. Privates Joshua G. Montgomery, seriously; John Graham, through both thighs; Ivey Milton, slightly. Capt. Jesse's Company.--Killed--Private Stanford Jessee. Wounded — Geo. McReynolds, of Russell, leg amputated; Wm. B. Roberts, slightly in foot. Capt. Hale's Company.--Wounded — Jesse Reese, in both thighs. Capt. Horne's Company — Benj. Huddle, slightly in hip. Total--5 killed; 7 wounded. Col. Williams lost — killed and wounded. I have not been able to get their names. Late and interesting from Kentucky--the enemy reported five thousand strong on this side of Green River. From an interesting letter in the Nashville Union and American, under date of Bowling Green, Jan. 10, we extract the following: It is pretty well settled that the enemy, in what exact force it is impossible t