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The 85th Illinois regiment, Col. Glaster, was badly cut up. They lost 880 men, killed and wounded. When Mr. Kittle passed through Cassville, there were 800 wounded at that place. They took 499 of our men prisoners, including commissioned officers, privates and citizens. The following is a portion of our officers taken prisoners: Colonel Mitchell, of Arkansas; Colonel Stone, of Mississippi; Captain Galloway, of Little Rock, Captain Hallowell, of Dardanelle, Arkansas; Captain Williams, of Arkansas; Lieutenant Mason, of Texas; Lieutenant Manual, Third Louisiana Regiment; Colonel Hebert, Major Tunnard, and Captain V. J. Lizini of the Third Louisiana. Hebert, Tunnard and Lizini have since been exchanged. The Federals are doubtless preparing to make another attack. A Lieutenant Colonel was the highest officer killed on the Federal side. Two companies of a Texas regiment were sent under a flag of truce to bury our dead.--They were filed upon by the enemy.
The Valley fight. We have few additional particulars of the fight near Winchester on Sunday last. All that we have received is contained in the following dispatch to Gov. Letcher, which has been handed us for publication: Staunton, March 28.--Lieuts. Junkin, Williams, and Capt. Morrison, are prisoners.--The prisoners taken from us have been sent to Balumo They all were in fine spirits, and lovely for Davis as they passed through Winchester. Gen. Shields was wounded in the arm by and it was amputated. The enemy's 1,000 killed and wounded. They are depressed and badly worsted. Our was four hundred and sixty-five. Col Ashoy was skirmishing near Woodstock when last heard from, and a heavy car sounding was going on. A battle was expected. Our men are in fine spirits and confident of success. I will keep you advised. There Union sentiment in Winchester. Col. Schols in here and not seriously hurt. A. W. Harman. [Second Dispatch.] Staunton March 28