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been unusually heavy among field officers, who were unprotected, and had to move frequently from one point to another, under the terrible infantry and artillery fire of the enemy, which swept every part of the field in rear of our entrenchments. The ground is torn and ploughed up by the direct and cross fire of the Federal guns as if it had been prepared be the farmer for the reception of spring seed.--Three assistant surgeons were killed in the discharge of their duty on the field; and Captain Owen, of Texas, who carried the news to Gen Lee at Chancellorsville that Sedgwick was moving on his rear from Fredericksburg, was severely wounded early in the morning whilst on his way to the Richmond Howitzers to hold prayers. Including the battle of the Wilderness, we have lost the following general officers: Killed: Brig Gens Stafford of Louisiana, Jones of Virginia, Jenkins and Perrin of South Carolina, and Daniel of North Carolina. Wounded: Lieut Gen. Longstreet of Alabama, an