he peninsula again raked the city, and were intolerably annoying and dangerous.
At ten P. M., the mortars again opened with great severity, and simultaneously with it the fire on the lines was opened by the enemy, and a charge was made.
Wednesday, June 24.--This morning opened with a continuation of mortar-shells and Parrott firing.
The former were thrown mostly over the city, and the latter also went to the further end. The elements threatened rain in the morning, and but little was heard but very steady.
A very refreshing rain fell during the night.
Two wounded in regiment.
The firing was very heavy on the right during the night.
Captain Sawe wounded to-day in camp.
The mortarboats have been very quiet for several days.
June 24.--Firing heavy, front and rear.
We hear Lee has gained another victory in Virginia, and threatens Maryland and Pennsylvania.
The enemy are advancing rapidly on our works; we are looking for a blow — up every hour.
June 25--And one mingled w