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st of Warrenton. Gen. Lee forms a plan. At Warrenton Gen. Lee formed the bold design of sending one of his corps (Hill's) by a rapid detour to seize the heights of Centreville, while his other (Ewell's) should fall upon our flank and rear. rce. A double necessity was upon Gen. Meade; first, he must move with extreme celerity to reach Centreville in advance of Hill, who had the start of him, and was on the shorter line; secondly, he must keep back the enemy from his trains in the rear. Hill's corps had reached Bristoe about simultaneously with Warren — in fact, had just got ahead of him sufficiently to form a line of battle, which he did perpendicular to the railroad. The battle of Bristoe. The position was the most p before him. Lee had no longer with him that unmatched executive officer, Stonewall Jackson, unequalled at a rapid march. Hill proved slow and feeble, and instead of striking the head of the Union column he struck its rear, and got badly handled in
Fifty dollars reward. --For Primas, who left my farm on the 17th inst, and is lurking about the city. He is about 15 or 16 years old; tall; yellow complexion; pock marked; dressed in a gray suit; wears a cap. The above reward will be paid if delivered to Hill & Dickinson. H Lofland. oc 28--1w*