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tion. Shortly afterward they commenced a vigorous cannonading from the works situated on an eminence opposite Mechanicville, about one and a half miles distant; also from two batteries, one above and the other below. They were replied to by Campbell's Pennsylvania batteries on picket duty, one on the Mechanicsville road, and another from behind earthworks at the right of a grove. The Confederates cross the Chickahominy About two P. M. the enemy's infantry and squadrons of cavalry cest, toward General McCall's division, who were entrenched on a hilly woodland across a swampy ravine, about a mile in the rear of Mechanicsville. Part of the Pennsylvania Bucktails captured. The 1st Pennsylvania Rifles (Bucktail's) and Campbell's Pennsylvania battery were on picket duty, all of whom, except one company, fell back behind the breast works and rifle-pits, where a line of battle was drawn up. Company K. of the Bucktails, who were on picket beyond the railroad, were surrou