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From Gen. Lee's army. We have some further particulars of the recent skirmishing along our lines. On Thursday, the 17th, the Stonewall brigade was sent out beyond our lines to destroy a certain bridge on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, and to tear up the track. The enemy, who, at that time, crossed the river in force, perceiving this, attacked them with overwhelming numbers, and they were compelled to fall back, with the loss of several men. Col. Ronside, of the 4th Virginia Regiment, who was at that time acting Brigadier General, is now in Winchester, severely wounded. On Friday morning the enemy, seeing the smoke of a bare which was accidentally fired near our lines, and supposing that we were burning our commissary stores for a precipitate retreat, made an advance along the whole lines but finding that our forces were prepared to meet them, and that our army advanced at the same time to meet them, they declined an engagement, and the main body of their army again fell back
; and in twenty-four hours afterward were joined by Kirby Smith's army. The Intentions of Gen. Lee--strength of the Confederate army. The Baltimore correspondent of the New York Herald writes the following Yankee view of "Gen. Lee's Programme," and the strength of the Confederate army: The following is understood to be Gen. Lee's programme: To keep his army well in hand in its presenGen. Lee's programme: To keep his army well in hand in its present position, and to make such manoeuvres at and near Winchester as will induce the Union army to cross into Virginia as soon as Gen. McClellan feels himself to be strong enough to do so; then to retrean and Washington, in order to cut off his retreat to the capital, and to act as a reserve to Gen, Lee in case of need, it will be seen at once that there are both sense and strategy in this plan. --Isent disposition of all the rebel troops: Rebel "Army of the Potomac," commanded by General Lee in person, headquarters at Winchester, army corps of Gen. Jackson, Gen. Longstreet, and Gen.