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how severely they were punished. Meade says the --guard talked with rebel officers, who said the rebel losses were greater than ever before during the war. Grant says the loss on the Weldon road is a blow which the enemy cannot stand. Stanton estimates the rebel loss in the last two weeks at ten thousand, and says the Federal loss is heavy: The Herald of the 29th has also been received. Sheridan telegraphs that Early left his front on Friday last, falling back to Smithfield or Middleburg. He also reports capturing one hundred prisoners, and inflicting a loss on the rebels of one hundred and fifty, killed and wounded. The Her old says McClellan will be nominated; out the contest will be between McClellan and Seymour. Sheridan says that the indications are that the rebels will leave the Valley. The Herold says there are apprehensions that the draft will be resisted in that city, and a conflict between the conscripts and the authorities take place, which may s