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pherd, E. A. Thacker and J. E. Drumwright. Two pieces of the battery were captured, and fifteen horses killed and captured. The name of Lieut. Col. J. C. Council, of the 26th Virginia, has been furnished to us on good authority as among the wounded, but the Petersburg papers report him captured by the enemy. Nearly all of the companies of Captains R. H. Spencer, R. M. Page and S. B. Shelton, of the 26th Virginia regiment, were captured at Jordan's farm on the evening of the 15th instant. They only surrendered when surrounded by a force of ten or fifteen times their number. Captains Sutton and Poindexter, of this regiment, were not captured, as re-ported. The slaughter of the enemy in front of Hoke's division, on Friday, is represented to have been terrible. Saturday's operations near Petersburg. Reports of all sorts were in circulation yesterday in regard to the situation of affairs at Petersburg, The public mind at length settled down into the conviction