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Pennsylvania campaign of Gen. Lee. [from our own Correspondent.] Army of Northern Virginia,Jan. 30th, 1864. I had hoped when I began the review of the operations of the Army of Northern Virginia for the past year to have been able to have gone on without interruption, but a combination of circumstances, which I deem unnecessary to mention, has heretofore prevented that regularity and sequence which I had wished to have preserved. To-day I resume the narration, and will proceed so far
san company was quite useful in the same way.
I have thus hurriedly sketched the main facts connected with the capture of Winchester and the liberation of the Valley.
It was altogether a most brilliant episode in the otherwise disastrous Pennsylvania campaign.
Lieut. Gen. R. S. Ewell, by his skill, energy, and strategy, fully demonstrated his high capacity for the post to which he had then so recently been promoted; whilst Early, Rodes, and Johnson gave signal proofs of their respective f