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graphs: The contending forces upon the field of operations on the plains east of the Alleghanies are the army of Lee, with the scattered commands of Bragg and Hoke, lately at Wilmington, Hardee from Charleston, Beauregard in front of Sherman, Hood striving to get into the Eastern Zone, and Hill cut off at Augusta; and on our side, Grant facing Lee at Richmond, Schofield in North Carolina, left by the evacuation of Wilmington free either to march twenty thousand men to Sherman's reinforcemenific object. At the same time, it is, of course, desirable for him to cut off from the enemy's main force as many as possible of the small detachments which he has left in garrison at different points His advance upon Branchville cut off Hill and Hood. His movement upon Kingsville, before threatening Columbia, forced Hardee and Beauregard upon diverging lines of retreat; and, if our cavalry were fortunate enough to strike Florence, or Schofield to seize Wilmington before Hardee's arrival at th