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vening carried away with them, no doubt, many a guilty head whose cowardly consciences feared to let them meet the Union forces. Each discharge of our battery at them, as they hurried away, must have caused their cheeks to blanch at the prospect of receiving a shell in the trains. The enemy succeeded last night in getting their battery away. About dusk they brought a limber over a bridge that spans a branch stream, and our battery gave them a parting shot just as night came on. The Harris Light Cavalry arrived in town this morning, and it is presumed they will cross over the river and examine the country. The First New Jersey Cavalry is also on the scout in this neighborhood. No sign of an enemy is visible on the opposite shore. Gen. Lee telegraphed to the citizens of Fredericksburg yesterday that we were coming in two columns. He was mistaken, as we came in three, with the artillery on the road, making the fourth. Account of the Shelling the trains — Another his