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From another correspondent. Yorktown, June 11, 1861 About half-past 3 o'clock yesterday morning we were called to arms, a rumor having reached us that the enemy were advancing All obeyed the summons promptly. We were sent immediately over to the battery in front of the quarters of the North Carolinians, where we remained but one hour, and then started for a trench about a quarter of a mile distant, which was commenced by our men the day before, (Sunday.) On arriving there, we went immediately to work throwing up breastworks, and so continued until the enemy were in a quarter of a mile of us, when we were ordered to our arms: After remaining in this trench a short time, I heard the crack of a rifle, which Lt. Col. Stuart told us was the beginning. The Howitzers--one company — immediately opened upon them with telling effect. The fire was sharply returned by them, and continued on both sides for an hour without intermission. The enemy returned the fire of the Howitzer