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rday, says: A gentleman who came over on the Orange railroad, on an extra train, yesterday morning, informs us that Gen. Lee had effected a junction with Generals Floyd and Wise, near Meadow Bluff, and that they had marched their combined forces for the purpose of attacking the Federalists under Roseneranz, who occupied a strrom Jackson's river on Wednesday morning, that information was received at that point before he left, that a combined attack was to have been made by Generals Lee, Floyd, and Wise on the enemy on Wednesday; and the gentleman further states that heavy cannonading was heard in the direction of Lewisburg before his departure, and therre is a strong probability of their truth, as it seems to be well authenticated that General Lee had marched a strong column, estimated at 6,000, to the aid of General Floyd. Misplaced courtesy to Federal pickets. A correspondent of the N. O. Picayune writing from Leesburg, Va., says: I regret that our Gen. Evans, and