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just arrived, and the fire from the batteries of the enemy soon after showed that they had been reinforced. It now got dark and began raining, snowing and freezing. The troops camped in the vicinity for the night, and in the morning started on their return, reaching Sussex Courthouse and halting there on Saturday night. The enemy's cavalry and a small body of infantry followed and endeavored to annoy the rear guard, but each time were driven back with loss. This afternoon the Nottoway river was reached, and the entire command crossed in safety, where they found a part of the Ninth corps, who had started to their aid in case of an emergency. To- morrow they will all be back to their old positions in front of Petersburg. The Yankee Congress--"peace"resolutions. In the Yankee Senate, on Monday, Garrett Davis offered a series of fanciful so-called "peace" resolutions. They propose a convention of all the States as the agency by which these ends are to be attained, an