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o on the scout in this neighborhood. No sign of an enemy is visible on the opposite shore. Gen. Lee telegraphed to the citizens of Fredericksburg yesterday that we were coming in two columns. He was mistaken, as we came in three, with the artillery on the road, making the fourth. Account of the Shelling the trains — Another history of the advance — the Tribune's Opinion. The New York Tribune has an account of the advance on Fredericksburg, which is dated Warrenton Junction, Nov. 16th. It says: Onward is still the order of the day, we having, as our part of the great movement now going forward, some to this place to-day, from our last night's camp near Fayetteville. (In speaking of ½we½ and ½our,½ I refer to the movements of the ninth army corns, under Gen. Wilcox, to which I am, pro tem, attached.) An attack of the enemy upon the baggage train of the 1st and 2d brigades, (Gens. Negles and Ferrero.) of Sturgis's division, yesterday forenoon, which resu