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. Johnson, then just promoted to a Major-Generalship, was assigned. It will be observed that five of the six Major-Generals now in the infantry department of this army, and the two corps Generals, received their promotion during the year just ended. The army thus reorganized began to prepare in earnest for a forward movement, as was generally believed, into the enemy's country. Gen. Ewell's corps took up the line of march from its camps near Fredericksburg on the morning of Thursday, June 4th, moving in the direction of Culpeper C. H. On the same evening Longstreet's corps moved in the same direction. On Friday, June 5th, the enemy crossed a force below Fredericksburg near the Bernard house, as if they intended to move ones more upon our lines stretching from Hamilton's crossing up to Fredericksburg. Ewell and Longstreet were halted at or near Locust Grove, in Orange county, to await the issue of the move.--Hooker having made this diversion in our front, set himself to work li