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ers for the removal of all the stores of the army to Amelia Court-House, on the road to Danville. A movement of this sort ieft the place; all the surplus artillery was sent to Amelia Court-House, and even the reserve ordnance train of the army wascolumn, had he made extraordinary exertions, even at Amelia Court-House. General Lee did not succeed in reaching that point m want of rations, pushed forward in good spirits to Amelia Court-House. Up to this time there had been very few straggl Save yourselves in any way you can. The scene at Amelia Court-House on Wednesday was a curious one. The huge army traiion and Farmville. While the troops were resting at Amelia Court-House, and waiting for the rear to come up, the Federal cothat rations for his army were ordered to be sent to Amelia Court-House by General Lee; that trains containing the supplies ssertion, I will give it. Iv. General Lee left Amelia Court-House on the evening of the 5th, and from this time the ar