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mstances Gen. Brannan, therefore, ordered are treat, which was conducted in a most orderly manner; the regiments rtiring in successive lines, carrying off their dead and wounded, and leaving no army or ammunition on the field. Of the exact force of the rebals, of course we know nothing, although Gen. Brannan was of the opinion that it equalled our own, Certainly their artillery execeded ours by four or five pieces, and this we have from the seven prisoners we have taken, one of whom, Wm, Judd, belonged to company B, 2d South Carolina cavalry, whose horse was also captured. The prisoners informed us that Gen. Beauregard commanded in person. The rebel fire was from the first well directed and well maintained. It was hot and terrible beyond anything, ever saw before, except, perhaps, that at James island. The official report of the Federal loss is 46 killed, five missing, and 281 wounded. The 47th Pennsylvanla alone, out of 600 into action, lost 150 killed and wounded. T