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The army of the Potomac.

The Intelligence published yesterday, relates to the movements of the army of the Potomac, described some expressions of amongst individuals who know nothing of strategy, and who vehemently taking any step backward such persons ought to understand that no is made by wise and experienced except for good cause and for purpose, Criticisms come with from thing who stay at home and leave there to fight the

A report reached the city yesterday that had advanced as far as Fall Church in Fairfax county; and thrown out their but inspiring from their recent state disposed to look upon this at least questionable. We have it from authority that only two or three some seven regiments of the enemy at Lewinsville with lands of entrenching tools, but they had an opportunity of commencing their fortifications, two of our regiments and put them to fight until they had put a safe distance between themselves and their pursuers. They had all their implement behind, which were secured by our troops. Nevertheless, generally believed that a great with the place within a few days.


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