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From General Lee's army. [from our own Correspondent.] Army of Northern Virginia, Spotsylvania C. H., May 11, 1864--5 P. M. My last letter to you bears date of Sunday, the 8th. At that time I wrote you from Orange Court-House. About 4 P. M. I left that point, following up Gen. Lee, who was moving closely in the rear of Gen. Grant. From that time until this I have been unremittingly active, and now propose to give you a brief sketch of the movements and doings of the two armies during that period. Saturday night, just after dark, the enemy began moving their columns down the plank turnpike and Catharpin roads towards Fredericksburg. When they reached Tabernacle Church, about six miles above Fredericksburg, they sent a body of their force, said to be two regiments, to take possession of the town, throw down pontoons, and begin the work of putting the railway in running order between Fredericksburg and Aquia Creek. The head of their column, on reaching Tabernacle Chur