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al front. Since Capt. Dabney's efforts on Friday last, with heavy pieces, which caused a indecorous stampede from Federate artillery and infantry camps it was surmised that their obnoxious presence would no longer disgrace the lovely face of the landscape on the north bank of the Chickahominy yet, numerous and impudent as ever, they again appeared in working parties on Saturday and Monday, presenting fair scope and practice for some artillerists, who, moving deliberately to the front, near Garnett's farm, shelled the enemy from their excavations, and expedited their departure from the knolls and woods with much effect. Shell from our pieces could be plainly seen bursting among the enemy, and although they bravely withstood our for some short time, expecting the arrival of U. S. artillery, no relief came, and they laudably imitated the race of their friends on Friday last. The artillery of the enemy, though admirably worked and served when not face to face with ours is handled with