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gard to the successor of Jackson. About the 20th of May the President commissioned both Maj.-Gens. R. S. Ewell and A. P. Hill as Lieutenant Generals in the Army of Northern Virginia. To each of thes rank of Brigadier-Generals. Gen. A. P. Hill was assigned to the command of this corps, whilst Gen. Ewell retained Jackson's old corps, consisting of Early's division, Early having been made a Major-General in February, and receiving command of Ewell's bid division, Rodes's division, (D. H. Hill's old division) and Trimble's division, to which Gen Ed. Johnson, then just promoted to a Major-Generaepare in earnest for a forward movement, as was generally believed, into the enemy's country. Gen. Ewell's corps took up the line of march from its camps near Fredericksburg on the morning of Thursdanded to move ones more upon our lines stretching from Hamilton's crossing up to Fredericksburg. Ewell and Longstreet were halted at or near Locust Grove, in Orange county, to await the issue of the