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From General Lee's army. [from our own Correspondent.] Army of Northern Virginia. Spotsylvania C. H., May 10, 1864. I have written you regularly since my arrival at the headquarters of the army, but tear that some of my letters have not r
h it was delivered by the Federal commander.
The greater part of the forenoon was consumed by him in an attempt to make Gen Lee developed his plans and position.
Artillery was used freely, and skirmishers and sharpshooters were pushed forward along the lines, and vigorous efforts made to provoke Lee to unmask his batteries and show his hand.
At length Grant seemed to grow weary of this kind of work, and ordered an assault to be made.
His infantry came up to the work in handsome style, and weakest part of our line of entrenchments, embracing the salient angle that was lost temporarily yesterday.
It has been Gen Lee's opinion for the last two days that the real attack will be made on the right wing, and all Grant's manæuvres and demon