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en discountenanced by officers, and properly so; for picket duty is dangerous enough in it self, and does not call for or need (save by orders) any of these dashing feats commendable and common on the battle field. But not only in the infantry arm of the service have our men proved themselves superior to the foe — the artillery have amused themselves greatly, and practiced with much accuracy and effect upon the numerous breast, field, and born works thrown up on the Federal front. Since Capt. Dabney's efforts on Friday last, with heavy pieces, which caused a indecorous stampede from Federate artillery and infantry camps it was surmised that their obnoxious presence would no longer disgrace the lovely face of the landscape on the north bank of the Chickahominy yet, numerous and impudent as ever, they again appeared in working parties on Saturday and Monday, presenting fair scope and practice for some artillerists, who, moving deliberately to the front, near Garnett's farm, shelled the