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ing, with frequent balts, as some one of the hundred vehicles of the artillery train, in our centre, by a slight deviation crashed against a tree, wore away the hours to dawn, when we debouched into a magnificent wheat field, and the smoke-stack of the Galena was in sight. Xenophon's remnant of the ten thousand, shouting "The sea! the sea!" were not more glad than we. Porter's entire train was brought over the Chickahominy before the battle of Friday, hence nothing was lost there. At Savage's when that place was abandoned, 1,700 cubic feet of ammunition, and enormous heaps of quartermasters' and sutlers' stores, officers' baggage and soldiers' knapsacks, were destroyed, and at every halting place since, the fagot has been busy with whatever could be transported no further. I can form no estimate of the entire value, but it is immense. One thing is certain, but little has fallen into the enemy's hands. I close to ride back to the rear — now our front. Summing up.