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Lewisburg and immediate vicinity on last Friday morning. The forces engaged on our side, about 1,800 in number, were the 22d, 45th, and 50th. Virginia regiments, Edgar's battalion one company of cavalry, two guns of the Otey battery, two guns of Lowry's battery, one gun of Chapman's battery, and two guns of Bryan's battery, from s by a circultous route to the bridge, with the design of destroying it, and thus cutting off our retreat — a plan to which, however, they signally failed. Major Edgar, of Monror a good man and gallant officer, was killed on the field. Captain Finney, A. A. General, of Powhatan county, was wounded in the side nor dangeroucavalry and 35 infantry, including some of the pickols who were sleeping on their posts. Among the cosualties reported on our side is Major Finney killed. Major Edgar and Capt C. G. Otey wounded. The enemy's less is supposed heavy. From the above, it would not appear that the defeat was so disastrous as at first reporte