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rd the river at the point where the ruins of the bridge crossing the stream was guarded by the 35th Massachusetts regiment. At the same moment the rebel cavalry emerged from the wood in the rear of the house, formed in a hollow square, protecting two pieces of artillery, which were planted by the house. A moment more, and a 20-pound rifled shell from a Parrot gun came whizzing along over the line of wagons approaching the river, exploding in unpleasant proximity to the train. Capt. Durrell, battery A, 104th Pennsylvania Artillery, immediately took up position, and opened as soon as possible, being assisted toward the close of the engagement by two or more guns of Captain Romer's battery, L, 2d New York Artillery. The rebels now got five guns in position, three of them being 20-pound Parrots, and a hall of shot and shell flew over the heads of the train, the troops having got beyond range. Capt. Plato, seeing the danger to which his wagons were exposed, many of th