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asburg, and Front Royal, and debauching, to make Culpeper, through Chester Gap or Thornton Gap. We, on the other hand, marching by way of Berlin, Wheatland, and Warrenton, have a direct line. Lee has two sides of a great triangle to describe. Meade has but one. Previous to the inauguration of the campaign last autumn it waseven made as far as Charlestown. This line, however, was abandoned and the other chosen. The movement was made rapidly and even brilliantly. McClellan reached Warrenton while Lee's army was still stretched back to Winchester. The delay of ten days which ensued when the change of command was made gave Lee the time required, and nock. This line, synonymous with three disastrous failures, we presume, Gen. Meade will avoid altogether. It should never have been chosen. By moving from Warrenton direct on Culpeper C. H. he takes the Rappahannock where it is an insignificant rill affording the rebels no position for defence. The War in Mississippi.