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us the advantage by 8,000, including those taken at the battle of the Wilderness. Of the prisoners captured here, two or three hundred were taken by Mahone, and four colors and one guidon, when he moved on the flank of the enemy. Last night we rectified our lines near the angle which has given so much trouble, retiring it somewhat and inciting it where it should have been run originally. The enemy still retains possession of the angle, but has not been able to remove the guns left by Cutshaw and Page nor have we, the sharpshooters on either side preventing it. We brought away from the Wilderness 12,000 captured rifles and muskets. Both armies have rested from the strife to-day. The dead have to be buried, the wounded have to be cared for, shattered regiments and brigades have to be reorganized, and fresh plans to be devised — This requires time, and the men require rest — There can be no doubt that Grant's troops were well supplied with liquor before they entered the batt