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nd shaded the porch, we waited patiently for "something to turn up" to give employment to two roving pens. Suddenly a dull, booming sound came to our ears from the direction of our batteries on the Potomac. "There's a gun," said my friend "Personne," who was quietly smoking his Havana; "and another, and another," as the reports reverberated through the air in quick succession. Every moment the firing increased, until the sounds run into each other, producing a continuous roar. "They riding on a mule that would have passed in a menagerie for any of the wild beasts, halted before us. Like Samivell Veller, your disconsolate "Own" worked an imaginary pump handle in the direction of his friend, then a few paces in advance. "Personne" took the hint. "My friend, what was the firing about this morning?" "Wall, I dun'no, reckon they're firing at the Yanks. I hearn they landed down by Occoquon." "But do you know anything about it?"--with a peculiar emphasis on th