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m and unanimity never excelled. We shall not betray their confidence. Russian account of Gen. Lee's movements. The following is an extract from the correspondence (August 14) of the Cincinnati Gazette: Of course the country is full of the wildest rumors concerning Lee's movements. Some of them have a seed-grain of truth, others are not hampered in that way at all. Thus I have heard, among the current talk of the people, that Lee is advancing with two columns, one of five and the other of seven thousand men; that they are now in the mountains near the Gaps, and are trying to cut a new road through; that Lee has had a personal interview with Reynolds; that he has had a personal interview with Rosencranz; that he has sought an exchange of prisoners; that he has served a nis one rumor, however, that is significant. Three days ago, in first alluding to the presence of Lee beyond the Cheat Mountain Gaps, I expressed the belief that, if he did make an attempt to enter t