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han by the casualties of battle or campaign. The enemy is resolutely determined to hold Texas, for the possession of that State by us will put an end to the existence, as an aggregate, of their armies on the west side of the river. What Gen. Lee's movements mean. The Yankees are very much puzzled to know what Gen. Lee's movements mean, though we should think that Meade discovered them pretty plainly in that race to Washington. An army correspondent of the Herald writes on the 26th ult.: General Lee, it is ascertained, came across the river early Saturday morning, and remained a short time inspecting the situation. He then returned, and a short time afterwards the rebels advanced in strong force, variously estimated. I learn from reliable sources that the rebels are strongly fortifying themselves all along the banks of the Rappahannock, and have made quite a strong position of a fortification thrown up by the Union troops to serve to protect the pontoon bridges fo