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Gen. Lee was playing a rash game in removing his army from Richmond, for that the great warrior, Dix, would be sure to take advantage of his absence and pounce upon it. Finding this threat of no avall not do. Not a man, not a horse, not a gun, will be withdraws from the army of General Lee, and Dix will not take Richmond. We have a force amply sufficient to drive him back, and perhaps to captuslightest degree, disturbed by the new demonstration, and the only fear we hear expressed is that Dix will take counsel of his discretion and retire, before he shall have gotten too far from his gunb such a manner that they will not be in a hurry to repeat the experiment. It is obvious that Dix does not expect to capture Richmond. His whole design is to frighten the citizens to such an extssed most vigorously by our General. Doubtless he sees it more clearly than we do, and he will not be diverted from his object by any attempt upon Richmond which it is in the power of Dix to make.