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rry. Balance in our favor, 60 guns. Taking the whole campaign, even on this statement, from the Rapidan to Winchester, it is enormously in our favor. Still more is it so when we look at through the medium of other statements, combined with his. Let us see what will be the result if we take our own statements for our losses and their statements for their losses. Our loss in the whole campaign, from the Rapidan to the recrossing into Virginia, was according to the statement of Mr. Crocker, about 14,500 killed, wounded, and missing.--The Yankee loss at Harper's Ferry was according to their own admission, the same.--These two, then, balance each other, and all the rest is clear gain for us. First, they admit a loss of 3,000 at Cedar Run; (They actually lost more nearly 7,000) Pope says they lost in the battle of the 29th August 8,000. The Baltimore San (or American we do not recollect which, but we published the statement at the time) says they lost 17,000 in all the campai