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e thigh. Gen. Caldwell was wounded in two places, but not seriously. Gen. Meagher, shot in the leg and will probably lose it. Col. Nugent, of the 69th New York, was badly wounded in both legs. Gen Corcoran was in the fight, but escaped unhurt. Col. Sinclair, of Pennsylvania, was dangerously wounded. Capt. Hendrickson, commanding the 9th N. Y. militia, was wounded seriously. The 5th New Hampshire suffered severely. Col Cross was wounded in the abdomen, Major Sturdivant killed, Adj't Dadd killed. A telegram from Washington, dated the 14th says: "Gentlemen in high public positions repeat the assertion as coming from Gen. Burnside, that men enough, and therefore desires no further reinforcements." A letter from Baltimore to the Philadelphia Inquirer, dated the 13th, says: "Gen. Burnside nor our country can afford a defeat under existing circumstances." Referring to the battle of Saturday, the Baltimore American, of Tuesday e