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Review of the year's movements in Gen. Lee's army. [from our own Correspondent.] Army of Northe
orious sufficiency of their ability to disperse Lee's army and march unopposed to Richmond.
They c n the right, Longstreet protected the left, and Lee was in the centre.--The result was as might hav r 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 cause s 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 pres ericksburg.
On Monday evening at two o'clock Gen. Lee had intended to have attacked Sedgwick; but b d back to the Stafford heights.
On Tuesday General Lee returned with the three division which had