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has fallen. The Washington papers on the Positions of Lee and Meade. The Washington Republican, of Thursday last, says that the "impression that Meade and Lee are lying with their armies along the western banks of the Upper Potomac, watching each other, and that the headquarters of Gen. Meade is at Harper's Ferry, or in that region, is a decided mistake. Both armies are active, and a battle is likely to occur a Cumberland. It is to be presumed that he regards the movements of Meade's army, which has been by no means idle of late, as making is neceection of his communications with Richmond. We feel very sure that Meade has his communication already at his mercy — where and how it is nothat we should state. At any, rate, we may not improperly say that Meade is demonstrating that all apprehensions of tardiness on his part are trust, as we believe, that his white flank is being daily felt by Meade's cavalry so that all his movements are immediately known and provi