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nday night are heralded with enormous captions.--The correspondents are upon the crest of the wave of imagined success; the rebels shattered at Chancellorsville; Sedgwick laurelled with success at marye's Hill, in the rear of Lee; the position at Chancellorsville impregnable, &c. They speak of Hooker's glorious generalship, Napolerals were killed. The prisoners captured, the stores destroyed, &c., I am unable to state accurately. The most desperate fight, however, was on Monday evening. Sedgwick's 20,000 Yankees who crossed below and at Fredericksburg, and got Marye's Hill after losing three times as many as the force which defended it, swept up the plan C Shan non, Act'g Adj's-Gen, 2d brigade. 1st div, 12th corps; Ed L Yord 1st Lt, A D C to Gen Ward; Tho G Leigh, 1st Lt, A D C do; H W Farrar, 1st Lt, A D C to Gen Sedgwick; Jno W Bokels, 1st Lt and A D C to Gen Hays; Capts L Chaffic, D, 28th N Y; M Esembeaux, K, 58th N Y; Ed Wenver, C 63d Pa; H C Pardee F, 20th Conn; W W Smith, C
Hooker's strength in the late battles. Hooker's Medical Director gives us the data by which the strength of the Yankee army may be estimated. The number of sick in the whole army on the 1st of April was 10,777; and the ratio of sick for the whole army 67:64 per 1,000. By this single rule of three these figures, according to the arithmeticians of our acquaintance, make up a grand total for Hooker of over 158,000 men. Deduct the 10,000 sick and there remain 148,000 fit for duty. Of these, we may suppose 40,000 were at Deep Run with Sedgwick and in Stafford as camp guard, leaving 108,000 stretched between Wilderness and Chancellorsville.
across the Rappahannock. Lee is being heavily reinforced. The last battle exceeds in slaughter those of the previous day." Nothing has been heard from Stoneman. It is impossible to doubt that his force has been captured. [second Dispatch.] Petersburg, May 10. --The Express has the New York World of the 7th inst. It acknowledges the defeat of Hooker and his retreat to the north bank of the Rappahannock. It says Lee, being heavily reinforced, again achieved a victory. Sedgwick's retreat began at midnight; but he was discovered by the rebels, who played terrible havoc on the pontoons, killing and wounding a large number. The World says that its worst fears of the results of Hooker's efforts have been more than confirmed. He has been out-generally and out fought. Nothing had been heard from Stoneman up to Wednesday night. It was generally believed that his whole force had been captured. The World says that Heintzelman is on the way to reinforce Hook