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any of the officers that this attack on Petersburg was desired and expected by Gen Lee, for the purpose of involving our army in a tedious and protracted attempt to er that the check which we have experienced before Petersburg, has afforded to Gen. Lee the time and opportunity to carry into execution certain measures for the defer Gen. Nichols has been reinforced since the 16th. by a large detachment from Gen. Lee's army, which was sent to him by the Burkesville Railroad, the distance from Runder Hunter and Pope. It is understood at Richmond that large detachments of Gen. Lee's army have been sent to certain points on the Danville Railroad in order to dmen. All the rest of his wounded, he says, he left in the hands of the enemy. Gen. Lee's account of the affair represents it as being a complete defeat of Sheridan. e 18th, trains of cars were running on that road all day, bringing troops from Gen Lee's army at Richmond to join Beauregard at Petersburg. Northern Politics —