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ruction of General Lee's army by the forces of Grant and Sherman. We copy some paragraphs: The contending forces upon the field of operations on the plains east of the Alleghanies are the army of Lee, with the scattered commands of Bragg and Hoke, lately at Wilmington, Hardee from Charleston, Beauregard in front of Sherman, Hood striving to get into the Eastern Zone, and Hill cut off at Augusta; and on our side, Grant facing Lee at Richmond, Schofield in North Carolina, left by the evacuatt that which has already been exhausted by the most violent combats of this war. He cannot arm and drill his negroes in time; and time is everything; for Sherman never halts while anything is to be achieved. Whether, therefore, Lee, recalling Hoke, Beauregard, and, if possible, Hardee, by rail to Richmond, endeavors to overwhelm Grant that he may afterwards fall upon Sherman; or, leaving a small garrison and the hopeless mud to oppose Grant, concentrates on the borders of North Carolina to