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considerable number of our wounded were brought to Richmond yesterday. We regret to announce that the wound of Capt. Fred. Carter, of the Richmond Blues, received on Wednesday, has resulted in his death. His remains were brought to Richmond, and interred yesterday afternoon, after appropriate services at Sycamore church. Capt. Carter succeeded O. Jennings Wise, who fell at Roanoke Island, and has been with his company ever since. He was a gallant and popular officer, and universally esteetes, Co. A. 46th Virginia regiment, in the battles near Petersburg: Killed: Private E. W. Blackburn. Wounded: Capt. Fred. Carter, mortally, (since dead;) First Lieutenant C. P. Bigger, severely in left shoulder; Second Lieutenant E. J. Levy, fllry fight in Louisa county on the 11th and 12th inst. We hear that General Rosser received a severe wound in the thigh, and that Colonel Carter, of the 3d Virginia, was killed. Both of these officers have displayed their gallantry on many fields.