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hn Porter's commands, and are variously estimated at from 3,000 to 5,000. Among the killed were Gen. Hatch, (on the field;) General Buford, (reported;) Captain Smead, of 5th Artillery, (half of whose head was blown off by a cannon ball;) Col. Brown, 28th Indiana; Col. Coulter, 73d Pennsylvania; Capt. Read, of 12th Artillery; and Capt. Weed, 5th Artillery. Among the wounded were Gen. Tower, leg shot off; Gen. Schenck, wrist fractured badly; Gen. Kearney. very badly wounded; Col. Fletcher Webster, of Mass., very badly; Col. Thomas, 22nd New York, desperately through head and lungs; Gen. Sigel, in the hand; Col. Hays, of 65th Pennsylvania; Col. Soest, 29th New York, very badly; Lieut. Wharton, of 11th infantry, slightly in the arm. From other accounts we extract the following interesting items: Our loss on Saturday, in killed and wounded, is said to have been greater than on Friday, say 4,000. but the loss in prisoners was much more considerable. During the bat
ckles; Lewis Fisher, 74 Pa; Jno Judge, 87th N Y; D O Beckwith, 87th N Y; C D Fenton, 97 Ny; E G Downing, Adj't 97th Ny; Chas. Zimmerman, 12th Pa Cav; C Kollinsky 2d N Y art; H C Jackson, 48th Pa. Besides the above, there were about 57 members of the 1st, 2d, and 3d Va. regiments, (Pierpont's satellites,) mostly with very outlandish names, for persons claiming to be Virginia volunteers. The following citizens were also in the group, having been found in suspicious company, viz:--J L Smith, Matthew Bryce, Talmadge Thorne, Samuel Davis, W T Smith, Jno G Webster, W W Gardner. Negroes — Tom Genus, from N Y, free boy; Geo Jordan do, Pa; Tom Jackson, N Y, do; Esau, slave of Wm Bowen, who has taken the oath of allegiance to Lincolns Government; Chas Montgomery, free, from Washington; R B Wilson, free, Ohio; and Jno Williams, free, from Alexandria, Va. All the white men in the above lot who bore commissions are considered as belonging to Pope's, army and are therefore not prisoners of war.