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urmise seemed to be well- founded; but, although all were on the tip-toe of expectation, yesterday passed like many others without the realization of the much-looked for and desired event. Early in the day, cannonading both from our and the enemy's positions took place from the right, left and centre, but on the two latter points operations were nothing more than a fierce and artistic artillery duello, in which the enemy were decidedly worsted. Their artillery bearing upon Garnett's and Christian's farms were particularly active, and seemed anxious for a response.--This was not long in forthcoming, and they were accordingly shelled from their several positions with much case, and with evident loss. They repeatedly returned to the charge, however, yet our artillery received them with such accuracy as to drive them pell-mell into the woods, and the abandonment of camps to the right of the Mechanicsville Bridge. An artillery duel also took place upon the York River Railroad, betwee