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oss of his has been correspondingly small. Sunday's operations. The operations of Sunday were mainly confined to heavy skirmishing, picket firing and sharpshooting. As on Saturday, the enemy attempted once or twice to force our lines on Taylor's farm, (situated on the Baxter road, near the right of our lines, and the scene of the most active hostilities on both days,) but met with a signal repulse. The enemy's line of battle extends from the Jerusalem plank road all around our forng, and until 2 P. M. to-day. It is satisfactorily ascertained that a fight of some magnitude occurred with the enemy's rear guard beyond Liberty, and that our forces are still driving them, and made considerable captures to-day. B. Mr. Charles E. Taylor of the cavalry signal corps, and son of Rev. J. B. Taylor, D. D., of this city, was captured last week in the Valley, and carried off by some of Hunter's men. Mr. Taylor was on sick furlough, at one of the watering places near Staunton.