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The Combined movement on Richmond — the enemy on the Southside — fight at Chester — the great cavalry Raid, &c. The news yesterday from Gen. Lee was very meagre. It was positively stated that heavy firing had been heard at Hamilton's Crossing yesterday morning, and that the sound receded in the direction of Fredericksburg, indicating that Gen. Lee was driving the enemy in that direction. No information of the actual occurrence of a fight was, however, received in the city yesterday. The movements on the Southside yesterday were interesting. We give below what facts we have obtained relative to the "great movement" on this city: The movement on the Southside. As account of the operations on the south side of the river may be gathered from the following, in the Petersburg Express of Monday, commencing with the details of the fight at Port Walthall Saturday: As early as sunrise found the two forces drawn up in line of battle, about half a mile apart, and in the vie<