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very little in our Northern files of the 11th, of interest, other than that published on Tuesday. The following is a list of the wounded Confederate officers at Antietam: Second Lieut W J Muse, Co I, 1st Tennessee--thigh. Second Lieut J J Kimbrough, Co I, 6th Ala. Adjutant J W Rentz, 13th Alabama. First Lieut W M Hardwick, 48th Alabama--foot. First Lieut T P Samford, Co M. 1st Texas--back and leg. First Lieut A J McKean, Co A. 4th Texas. Second Lieut J M Alexander, Co K, 5th Texas. Third Lieut J P Drake, Co I, 5th Texas. Capt E M Morrison, Co C, 15th Virginia--arm amputated. First Lieut G P How, Co I, 15th Virginia--shoulder, severe. Second Lieut G W Berry, Co H, 15th Virginia--leg amputated. Lieut James Anderson, Co G, 30th Virginia--died. Third Lieut J N Hume, Go B, 37th Virginia--arm. Colonel John E Penn, 42d Va — thigh amputated. Third Lieut J V Shelton, Co E, 13th Mississippi--thigh. First Lieut C H
Presentation of a horse. --A splendid horse, saddle and bridle was yesterday presented to Captain G. W. Alexander, assistant Provost Marshal and A. A. General, by a number of his personal friends in this city.