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e's farm on the south, rockets were thrown towards Gen. Magruder's position, so that his batteries might participate in the fight and shell the enemy from their position in front of Longstreet. Dabney's heavy guns now opened, which, together with Lane's and Brown's batteries, completely silenced the enemy on the north side, and disabled the only field work that remained uncultured; for not less than six had fallen to us without a blow since passing in their rear, and the guns can now be plainly from our position on the south. Lane and Brown, however, are said to have had not less than dozen killed and wounded each; for before they finally retired from the conflict, the duello was rapid and vindictive. The Federals seemed particularly amazed at Dabney's heavy guns — Long Tom" and "Long Charlie"--for we could plainly see shells bursting around them in all direction, but, as far as we could learn, without any being now in readiness, Longstreet's forces the dense timber by t