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ght they spoiled by bending the screw, as we poor Southerners have no brains. Under Col. Pemberton, of the late U. S. army, these batteries will soon be equal to any in the world. I know that Heaven is with our cause. we see it in a thousand ways; in the organization of our Flying Artillery--one great difficulty with us was to make the harness, no one here having ever seen a set. Col. P. had to attend to every detail, when "Heaven with us," a gentleman here, had an entire set, bought at Old Point, after the Mexican war, which not only equipped a battery, but taught our harness makers a thing or two. On the Norfolk side, we are more than anxious for them to try us. Should they move all the trees out of the roads which they will be likely to find there, under the fire of some good shots and force our men back, they will find entrenchments, with heavy guns, that I did not think could have been constructed in a year. They might cross Tanner's Creek with the pontons, which they ha