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How Gen. Fite Lee was sent North. --A Yankee paper says that Beast Butler, in his first walk at Fortress Monroe, was astonished at meeting a rebel officer looking at a parade. It was Gen. Fitz Hugh Lee. On being told that he enjoyed the liberty of Old Point, Butler sharply expressed his disapproval of such a reprehensible courtesy. The next day Lee made a voyage to Fort Lafayette. How Gen. Fite Lee was sent North. --A Yankee paper says that Beast Butler, in his first walk at Fortress Monroe, was astonished at meeting a rebel officer looking at a parade. It was Gen. Fitz Hugh Lee. On being told that he enjoyed the liberty of Old Point, Butler sharply expressed his disapproval of such a reprehensible courtesy. The next day Lee made a voyage to Fort Lafayette.
From Gen. Lee's army. Orange C. H., Dec. 17. --A Lieutenant and five privates were captured on the Rappahannock on Monday night. They deny then Meade has been or us superseded. Four corps of the enemy's infantry, and all of his cavalry, are busy preparing winter quarters in Culpeper county, and cordercying the roads. One corps of his infantry and most of his artillery have gone behind the Rappahannock river to guard the line of railroad and to winter. Heavy rain falling. Roads heavy.