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e., attack or defence. In the first plan, all depends upon his ability to prevent sudden movements on our part, by which his army may be out off or whipped in detail. In his second or that which provides for defensive operations, having no redoubtable gunboats to scatter their big shell among us, he must compensate for their absence by erecting earthworks behind which he can successively retire as we press on, and possibly prevent an utter rout. All this preparation is a matter of time. Hallack is an old engineer--one of your "book men," and he is advancing "by the card," spading as he comes Perhaps a mile and a half a day, or even less, is his greatest speed. His advance is already within two and a half miles of our entrenchments at certain points. There they will remain until the rear forces are in position. --Fighting between their pickets and ours takes place daily, but, as at Mason's and Munson's Hills on the Potomac, with no significant results. This is the "small fry" of