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eld. Shortly after the battle of Chancellorsville, Gen. Longerr who had been absent near Suffolk, returned to this army. The inquiry on all hands was in regard to the successor of Jackson. About the 20th of May the President commissioned both Maj.-Gens. R. S. Ewell and A. P. Hill as Lieutenant Generals in the Army of Northern Virginia. To each of these Generals a corps was assigned, consisting of three divisions, Gen. Longstreet, for this purpose, parting with one of his divisions, (Anderson's,) and A. P. Hill's old division being reduced by two brigades, was assigned to Maj.-Gen W. D. Pender. The two brigades thus taken from A. P. Hill's division were united with and another North Carolina brigade, and assigned to Maj.-Gen., Heth, who, with Maj.- Gen. Pender, were promoted from the rank of Brigadier-Generals. Gen. A. P. Hill was assigned to the command of this corps, whilst Gen. Ewell retained Jackson's old corps, consisting of Early's division, Early having been made a Maj