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Army of the Potomac.[from our own correspondent.]another Artillery duel. Fairfax C. H., Sept. 12. An hour ago, as I came upon the Centreville road, I called on Major Walton, of the Washington Artillery, from whom I learned that a battle took place yesterday in the vicinity of Munson's hill. Early in the morning, information was brought in that the Federals in strong force were crossing by the Cham Bridge for the purpose of attacking our advance, and of driving us from the present commanding position. Captain Rosser, of the second company of the Washington Artillery, having four guns, two rifled cannon, and two howitzers, were sent out to engage them. Their battery was supported by three companies of infantry, of Colonel Kemper's regiment, consisting of three hundred and eight men, and a small body of cavalry. The Federals were met at Louvansville, five miles from Falls Church, and about the same distance from the bridge, where a sharp and decisive battle commenced, w
Ran away --On the 2d Sept., from my garden, on the Brook Road, in Henrico county, a Negro Boy named Tom, about 15 years of age, mulatto color, slender make, and countenance indicating delicate health. Has had some experience as a cook, and is probably so employed at one of the camps near the city. He had on when last seen a black coat and grey pants; the latter had been shortened, and had a seam around each leg, five or six inches below the knee. A reward of $5 will be paid for his apprehension. Information being left at this office. C. Chamberlain, se 13--3t