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the whole line averaged one per second for minutes together. The roar of the heavy siege guns was awful, and the earth was shaken by the concussion. Our wounded are removed to hospital boats in large numbers and transported to Memphis. Reported movements of Lee's army. The Washington Star, of the evening of the 5th, contains the following relative to Gen. Lee's movements: We learn that there were indications on Wednesday night that Lee was massing forces at United States Ford, on the Rappahannock, apparently either to attempt a crossing there or to make a feint for a crossing elsewhere. It would not be proper for us to intimate what preparations Hooker has made to meet the enemy should they undertake to pay his side of the river a visit; but it is safe to say that Lee will find the attempt a hazardous one and that he will not be permitted to return with impunity when once across. The rebels have some facilities for crossing just now, in the very low stag