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nt, and all the sutlers, twenty eight hundred in number, have left the army, in accordance with orders to that effect. An addition of 15,000 beds is about to be made to the present hospital accommodations at Washington, and, finally, Gen Grant has established his headquarters in the field. Deserters from the army of Gen Lee report that his whole force on the Rapidan does not exceed sixty thousand men, divided among two army corps, but that reinforcements were constantly reaching him. Longstreet is said to be moving from Charlottesville with 12,000 of the troops he had with him in East Tennessee, in the direction of Staunton — his supposed intention to march down the Shenandoah Valley. Among the reinforcements on their way to join Lee are 12,000 new recruits from Mobile. The deserters further state that some days ago seven days rations were issued to Lee's army, and that it was currently believed his intention was to commence a forward movement. The Red river expedition.
the enemy in front, and to move the main body of the cavalry parallel to the Blue Ridge and on Longstreet's right flank, who was instructed to move near the base of the mountains through Fauquier and towards Aldie, with the view of holding the gap in Bull Run mountain as a screen against Lieut Gen Longstreet's movements. W. H. F. Lee's brigade was kept near the Plains, reconnoitring towards Thor be improper here to mention that in falling back Hill moved in front; the baggage, guarded by Longstreet, came next, and Ewell brought up the rear. The cavalry, in their retreat, fell in with some hined to recross the Potomac.-- Accordingly, just before night, Fitz Lee was ordered to relieve Longstreet in the trenches; Baker the corps of Hill and the rest of the cavalry of Ewell's corps. Duringa point twelve miles above Winchester, to the east of the mountains. Robertson came back with Longstreet, who was in the advance, through Chester Gap, and Baker brought up Ewell's rear, which was the