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--Grant's change. Of base — Sheridan's raiders — fighting near Petersburg — the movements near L "the front" this morning is a confirmation of Grant's sudden charge of base to Westover, on James e asylum of the equally Unfortunate Strategist Grant, who flies to protecting shades from before tes below Richmond. There is now no doubt that Grant proposes to cross to the south side of the Jamgives a comprehensive account of the flight of Grant's army. Headq'rs Army Northern Virginia R. E. Lee, General. The fact that Grant is endeavoring to so Gen Lee as to place the They are probably intended as a blind to cover Grant's real purpose and destination. We have ney at Piping Tree Ferry, and Stone to look for Grant. The pressure of Hampton's cavalry was more tooters. In fact, everything shows that it was Grant's purpose to "fight it out" on that line, relyr robbing the inhabitants of their provisions, Grant's men alleged that they were hard pressed for [1 more...
thern papers of Sunday, the 12th, we give some additional news: Grant's army — the flag of truce Burials — the Fourth of July to be Celebdated the 8th inst, announces the arrival there of two divisions of Grant's corps. They commenced the march about dawn that day. It says: her to expose their bodies for a mark. The flag of truce which Grant was forced to send, the character of which is studiously concealed d during the night. A correspondent of the Times, writing from Grant's army, pitches into our sharpshooters. That they have been doing exed paragraph, clipped from the army letter of the Times, dated at Grant's army, June 5th: These sharpshooting pests have disabled, at ent; but the carrying out of a portion of the great plan by which Gen Grant hopes soon to crush the rebellions hoodes that now defy us at manters were very jubilant at the reported victories of Gen Lee over Gen Grant, in Virginia, and drank the health of Gen Robert E Lee in copious
The Confederate prisoners. --A batch of fifteen or twenty Yankee prisoners were captured yesterday from Gen Grant's army and committed to Libby prison. Seven Yankee deserters who voluntarily came into our lines were brought to this city yesterday and locked up in Castle Thunder.
Grant's "Flanking" operations. The Yankee newspaper, and after them the English press, have been representing the various operations of Grant by his left wing as so many grand strategic movements, all of which succeery much like retreating. Now what are the facts? Gen Grant crossed the Rappahannock on the 4th May, with the on the 10th by General Early. The operations of Grant, thus far, had been attended with losses unparallelegave no estimate, we have no means of correcting it. Grant was now on the Brook road. His first slide, insteadtack was tried again, and resulted in the repulse of Grant and a fearful slaughter of his men. But the crowningmputed their own losses, from all cases, at 75,000. Grant remained in front several days, but he could not agacurrence that we need enter into no detail of them. Grant has flanked and flanked, as his admirers call his si now — gold will go up to 250 in another fortnight — Grant's commission as Lieutenant General will be canceled,