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egy, thus far. It is plainly seen now that Lee desired nothing better than that Hooker should cross into Maryland and uncover Washington. What Hooker proposes to do Hooker proposes to do no one seems to know — but he don't seem in much of a hurry to cross. That he did not move rapidly into Maryland the middle of last week is due to his want of considBridge was to be put in good repair for the passage of the army, even though Gen. Hooker preferred to use pontoon bridges at another point. There is abundant evidence that Lee is disconcerted at Hooker's failure to move promptly into Maryland. The backward and forward evolutions of Lee's infantry for the last few days indicther severe cavalry fight has taken place there. Pleasanton, under orders from Hooker, is throwing his whole force upon Stuart-to-day, assisted by a portion of Generpersuaded to call General McClellan to the Army of the Potomac, and that unless Hooker, in whom he had confidence, executed certain successful movements against Lee b