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Review of the year's movements in Gen. Lee's army. [from our own Correspondent.] Army of Northeorious sufficiency of their ability to disperse Lee's army and march unopposed to Richmond. They cn the right, Longstreet protected the left, and Lee was in the centre.--The result was as might havr their great calamity. Many have criticised Gen. Lee very freely for not pushing the enemy on Satu But was overmix in council by Longstreet and Gen. Lee, and I must say I think it well for our causes diligence found himself ready to advance on Gen. Lee's lines about the last of April. A short ref ordered his men to move, and started to join Gen. Lee. The Yankees were then enabled, by means of " to faith, and "he has retired. " Just as Gen, Lee was about to follow up his victory, and to presericksburg. On Monday evening at two o'clock Gen. Lee had intended to have attacked Sedgwick; but bd back to the Stafford heights. On Tuesday General Lee returned with the three division which had