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ing gratifying intelligence from Gen. Lee was received at the War Department yesterday: Spotsylvania C. H., Via Guiney's, May 11th. The Honorable Secretary of War: Gen. Grant's army is entrenched near this place, on both sides of the Brook road. --Frequent skirmishing occurred yesterday and to-day, each army endeavoring to discover the position of the other. To-day the enemy shelled our lines and made several assaults with infantry against different points, particularly on our lef is marching on, at Yellow Tavern, the head of the turnpike, six miles from Richmond. My men and horses are tired, hungry, and jaded, but all right. J. E. B. Stuart. About 9 o'clock Gen Stuart arrived in the enemy's rear on the Brook road, and Gen. Gordon in their rear on the Mountain road. The two roads join in the Brook turnpike at the Yellow Tavern, about six miles from Richmond, and the intention of the enemy was to come down the turnpike, cross the Brook bridge, go arou