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General Lee's Report.

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General Lee's Report. The RicJimoTod Examiner contains General Lee's official report of his Pennsylvanian campaign. The. reasons for the campaign are thus summed up The position occupied by the enemy opposite Fredericksburg being one in which he could not he attacked to advantage, it was determined to draw him from it. The execution of this purpose embraced the relief of the Shenandoah valley from the troops that had occupied it during the winter and spring, and if possible the transfer of the scene-of hostilities north of the Potomac. It was thought that the corresponding movements on the part of the enemy, to which those contemplated by ns wouM probably give rise, might offer a fair opport unity to strike a blow at the army, then oatomanded by General Hooker, and that in any any event the army would be compelled to leave Virginia, and possibly to draw to its support troops designed to operate against other parts of the country. In this way it was supposed that the enemy's plan of campaign for the summer would be broken up, and part of the season of aotive operations be consumed in the foundation of new .Lll combinations and the preparations they would re- quire. In addition to these advantages it was heped that other valuable results might be at- tained by military success. He admits great losses, but does not state them."

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