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st gallantly, losing some five hundred officers and men, killed or wounded. One division, General Stannard's, took the salients of the main work, and thence swinging around inside, of, and in the rear of, the enemy in the clay works, drove them out before them. While this was done, heavy reinforcements came down from Richmond, which were also driven out. The division which did this lost every brigade commander, killed or wounded. General Burnham was killed. Colonels Stevens and Donohue were wounded, but not dangerously. The movement on Petersburg. The Yankees do not say a word of their heavy losses at Petersburg. They tell all but that. A letter says: At 11 o'clock the line was ordered to advance, and the enemy's pickets were driven in. On reaching the residence of Mr. Peebles, on the Squirrel Level road, about four miles from Petersburg, a strong line of works was discovered, with an entrenched skirmish line in front, running close to the front. The