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,000 to 50,000, with one hundred and twenty pieces of artillery. Respectfully, &c., F. C. Armstrong, Adj't Gen. From the Potomac — sinking of a Federal Boat and probable loss of a Vandal, etc. The Fredericksburg Recorder, of the 22d instant, contains the following with regard to affairs on the Potomac: We met, on yesterday, with several soldiers direct from Evansport, and from them gathered some few items of interest. On Wednesday, a man in a small boat came rather close iased. One of the enemy's missiles was a shell weighing over thirty pounds, which fortunately did not explode — on our side comes the often repeated and gratifying report of "nobody hurt." The Fredericksburg Herald, of Friday evening, 22d inst., has the following: Our gunners at the Evansport batteries are becoming proficients. On Tuesday a small vessel essayed to pass, when a rifle gun was opened on her. The first shot took effect, as she at once went down. With this exceptio