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The operations of Sunday were mainly confined to heavy skirmishing, picket firing and sharpshooting. As on Saturday, the enemy attempted once or twice to force our lines on Taylor's farm, (situated on the Baxter road, near the right of our lines, and the scene of the most active hostilities on both days,) but met with a signal repulse. The enemy's line of battle extends from the Jerusalem plank road all around our former breastworks to the Appomattox river — their left resting near Timothy Rives's late residence on the above road. On their extreme right, near Battery No. 1, they have placed a formidable gun in position, from which they have been throwing shells over the surrounding country and towards Petersburg. Two flags of truce were sent by the enemy towards our lines on Sunday afternoon, but nothing relative to their purpose has transpired. On Saturday and Sunday there was some heavy skirmishing in Chesterfield county, in which the enemy were considerably worsted