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ooty. Among the prisoners just brought in is Col Cook, of the 26th N Y, and another Colonel, whose name I do not know. Our losses have been marvelously small — next, indeed, to nothing. We have taken not less than six hundred good serviceable horses among our captures. Thus endeth Wilson's raid, and his contempt for our cavalry has doubtless heightened his respect for Mahone's infantry. Yesterday evening, about 5 o'clock, a fight occurred near battery five, on the City Point road, on Hare's farm. The enemy made two feeble assaults on Colquitt's Georgia brigade, both of which, however, were quickly and easily repulsed. They also advanced on Gracle's front, driving in his skirmishers, but as soon as our line of battle opened upon them they fell flat on the ground, and the volley of our men having been delivered they hastily returned to their entrenchments. Our loss was almost nothing. Theirs was quite respectable. Last night our and picket lines, which for a while had been
Casualties. Trenches Near Petersburg, Va., June 29th, 1864. To the Editor of the Dispatch: For the information of friends please publish the following casualties in the Hampden Artillery, co C, 38th Va Light Artillery Battalion, which have occurred in the various artillery duels since the 16th inst: Killed: Private John J Floyd, Wounded Chas T Barnum, right side, severely; Matthew Motton, right foot, severely; private John Rogers, (a native of Liverpool, England, where he has a wife and family residing,) who was severely wounded in the fight on the 18th at Hare's farm, died on the 23d inst at the Virginia Hospital; Lieut J E Sullivan, having nearly recovered from the injuries he received on the 3d inst, has reported for duty and is now in command of the company. J K B,