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some truth, that Meade has received positive orders from Washington to attack Gen. Lee as soon as possible. The Yankees see that the season for campaigning is passing rapidly away, and that unless Lee's army be "crushed" between this and the first of December they will not be able to eat their Christmas dinner in Richmond, as tichmond as the Yankee newspapers would have us believe, or whether the army of Gen. Lee is to be counted for nothing in the prosecution of such an enterprise. Itsuits Gen. Meade. We hope his heart will not fail him this time, as it did when Lee chased him into his defences before Washington. Let him come prepared to make agn; a campaign not against the pigs and poultry, but against the fighting men of Lee's army. Let him bring along Kilpatrick, that famous hen roost General, the veryederate currency. There are many other inducements too tedious to mention; so, we venture to invite them, and assure them Gen. Lee will give them a hearty welcome.