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pated in the engagement show that the Federals, lost, as is estimated, about three thousand five hundred killed and wounded; our own loss being about five hundred. "Colonel Alfred Rhett, in command of the brigade, is reported missing. "Killed in First infantry regulars: Lieutenant-Colonel DeTreville, Lieutenant Glover and Captain Quattlebaum. Wounded: Captain Press. Smith, badly; Captain Burnett, thigh; Captain Calhoun; Captain P. Bacott, knee; Lieutenant Horlback, left eye; Lieutenant North. Wounded and captured: Lieutenant Ravenel McBeth. "First artillery--Killed: Captain Lesene, son of Henry Lesesne; Lieutenants LaBorde and Stewart. Wounded; Major Blanding, Captain Rhett, Lieutenant Fickling, Lieutenant J. Middleton, Lieutenant de Lorns, Lieutenant Robertson. Missing: Lieutenant Edward Middleton, Lieutenant Frost." A letter from Major W. S. Downer, Superintendent of the Lockville Mining Company, of the 17th instant, gives some account of the doings of the Y