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A Federal view of the late campaign of General Lee. The New York Times has a letter giving a eade had ascertained to his satisfaction that Gen. Lee was endeavoring to flank him, there commencedAuburn, five miles dureast of Warrenton. Gen. Lee forms a plan. At Warrenton Gen. Lee formeGen. Lee formed the bold design of sending one of his corps (Hill's) by a rapid detour to seize the heights of Cenass on and join the main body of the army. Lee's plans disconcerted. The repulse at Bristoe completely disconcerted Lee's plans, so far as they embraced the view of getting on the communica Gen. Meade or reaching Centreville before him. Lee had no longer with him that unmatched executive to have been employed in this manner, and then Lee began his retrograde movement — the rebel army rmy into position, had not the wily strategy of Lee, and his own exceedingly defective information nt at not having been able to get battle out of Lee, he said, to report literally his own pungent e[3 more...]
From Gordonsville. Gordonsville, Oct. 28. --The skirmish at Bealeton, on Monday, was between Johnson's division and a large body of the enemy's cavalry. It commenced early in the morning and lasted over four hours. The enemy were dismounted, and were driven back three miles. Capt. S. Seabod, A. D. C, to Gen. French, captured at Bealeton, was sent through here to-day for Richmond.--Two safe guards, left by Meade to protect property on the line of retreat, were also sent through by Gen. Lee to-day, to be unconditionally returned home. The enemy are reported to be concentrating at Warrenton Junction.