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By Telegraph.

Exclusively for the Daily Argus.

News from Richmond

GEN. JO JOHNSON WOUNDED!

NO EVACUATION YET!

Rebel Loss 10,000.

THE REBELS STILL RESIST!

Our Gunboats within Four Miles of Charleston!

GOOD NEWS FROM TEXAS.

OCCUPATION OF FORT PILLOW!

WHAT THE FEDERAL TROOPS FOUND THERE!

Memphis believed to be in Possession of the Federal Forces.

Col. Corcoran expected — School of instruction at Annapolis — Items from Banks's and Fremont's divisions — Sam Cox says some good things, as usual — Senator Cowan gives old Ben Wade a good lecture — The tax-bill passed, but so changed that its own father wouldn't know it — Great freshet in Pennsylvania.

Telegraphed to the Rock Island Daily Argus.

McCLELLAN'S HEADQUARTERS, June 6. — Two deserters, just in, report Gen. Joe Johnson seriously if not mortally wounded in the groin, by a minnie ball, during the late battle. Gen. G. W. Smith now commands.

Other information corroborates this: also that the rebel loss is estimated at 10,000 killed, wounded and missing.

No material change occurred in the enemy's position. A contraband who left Richmond yesterday, says the city is in a terrible state of confusion. No troops in the city except those doing guard duty. No signs of evacuation. Everything shows an intention to make a determined resistance.

The house tops in Richmond were covered on Sunday with people, expecting to see our troops driven into the Chickahominy, but when they saw the rebels run the greatest consternation prevailed.

It is rumored that Magruder has become disgusted, and intends resigning.

Information has been received that there are no rebel troops between the Rappahanock and the army of the Potomac.

A flag of truce came in to-day from Gen. Huger, asking for the bodies of Gen. Pettigrew, Cols. Davis, Lightfoot, Long, and Britton, who were supposed to have been killed in the late battle.

Col. Davis was the only one killed. Lightfoot and Long are prisoners, and Britton and Pettigrew were wounded. Davis's body will be returned.