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oing this, their trains being extremely long. We passed some miles to the right, crossing Cedar Run at a place named Auburn, five miles dureast of Warrenton. Gen. Lee forms a plan. At Warrenton Gen. Lee formed the bold design of sending (Ewell's) should fall upon our flank and rear. It was on Wednesday morning, when our whole army passed Cedar Run at Auburn, Gen. Warren's corps (Second) bringing up the rear. To this commander was assigned the duty of covering the trains of thsion was now an extremely critical one Ewell had begun pressing severely on our rear and already on Wednesday morning, at Auburn the rear guard became engaged with a portion of his force. A double necessity was upon Gen. Meade; first, he must move wday, the 19th, the forward movement was begun, the army crossing Bull Run on pontoons. The 2d corps took the road toward Auburn, the 6th toward Warrenton, the 3d toward Catlett's, the 1st and 5th toward New Baltimore. Tuesday, 20th, found the army