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The War News. Since the memorable battle at Reams a station, on Thursday last, there has been no fighting on the lines in front of Petersburg. The enemy, however, commenced shelling the city heavily yesterday morning, and several houses were struck. It is in this barbarous practice that Grant finds solace for his grief over his late defeat; but the army that confronts him stands as firm as a rock, and Petersburg is as defiant as ever. In the enemy's several attempts to cut and holdess of the siege, were to lay before their readers such undeniable facts as the foregoing, the people might well stand appalled, and they would soon be as clamorous for peace as they have ever been for pushing on the war. The enemy's works at Reams' captured by our troops on Thursday, were very strong, and constructed with much ingenuity and skill. They were built of logs, fence rails and earth, extended on both sides of the railroad, and were protected on all sides, and as they thought, b
From Petersburg. Petersburg, August 28. --Since the fight. at Reams's station, Thursday evening, there has been no engagement. Both armies seen resting. The enemy made no effort to retake the position near Reams's from which he was dislodged on Thursday. Fully twelve mile of the Welton railroad have been destroyed by the enemy, the rails and silts being burnt. Among the prisoners capture Thursday was Hancock's adjutant-general. He escaped last night but was recaptured to-day.