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dets White F. Dillard, of Amherst; Ginson F. Randolph, severely; Macon, Dickinson, slightly. Upshur, Darden, Woodlit, Pierce, slightly, Jefferson, Marshall, Atwell, Moorman, Merritt, S. Garrow, C. W. Reid, R Pendleton, J. Wise Triplett, L. Wise, Christian, J. A. Stuart, Wheelwright, Meade, Bransford, G. Spiler, P. Johnson, Harris, F. Smith, E. Smith, Walker, Havnes, Garnett, and Goodwin, slightly. Lt. Hill and all the wounded Cadets are doing well. Gen. Preckinridge reported to Gen Smith that the corps of Cadets acted with conspicuous gallantry. Wm H. Richardson, A. G. From Gen Johnston's army. The following intelligence of Gen. Johnston's movements is from our latest Southern exchanges. A dispatch from Calhoun, Ga., dated the 13th, says: Dalton was evacuated last night by our forces, and occupied this morning about ten o'clock by the enemy. Our forces fell back to Resaca, where the enemy attacked them this evening. Considerable artillery and musketry fi
out for his trusty musket. As you were informed by my letter of the 16th and by Gen Lee's official dispatches, the enemy moved a portion of his forces to the east bank of the Ny; in the direction of the Richmond and Fredericksburg railroad. The opinion prevailed at the time that Grant was trying to throw his army to the east side of the Mattapoul, and that he would probably move down the stream to Bowling Green, and possibly to West Point, where he would form a junction with Butler and Smith. Doubtless he desired to produce this impression upon Gen Lee, as in that event he might reasonably "calculate" that the latter would make a corresponding movement to the east. It is not yet time for me to say precisely what Gen Lee did do. This much, however, may be safely published now, viz: That he did exactly what was best for the army and worst for the enemy. Accordingly, when Grant commenced the assault this morning upon what was formerly our right wing but is now our left, he found