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ine of skirmishers unflinchingly maintained their position until dark. About an hour before sunset, on the evening of the 14th of June, Gen. Early, without encountering scout or picket, was in easy cannon range of the enemy's work, which it was his purpose to assault. He at once set to work making disposition of his forces, preparatory to the attack.--Twenty pieces of artillery--twelve from Colonel Jones's battalion and eight belonging to the 1st Virginia regiment, under Capt. Dance, Col. Brown acting as Chief of Artillery of corps — were placed in position. Hays's Louisiana brigade was now ordered to prepare for the charge, and Smith's Virginians were so disposed as to act as supports.--Our artillery opened a vigorous, and well directed fire on the enemy's works and guns. They responded with considerable spirit; but after the artillery duel had been kept up for some thirty minutes the enemy's guns were completely silenced. Then Hays's gallant and fearless Louisianian — the sa
Sent to Salisbury. --Henry Richardson and Thomas Brown two of the four Yankee correspondents of the New York Herald, for some time confined in Castle Thunder, have been transferred from this post to the Confederate prison at Salisbury, N. C. For some weeks back the departure of prisoners from the Castle have been so numerous that now there are very few of them left at this institution.