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From Fredericksburg. [Special, Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Fredericksburg, June 10, 1861. There can be no better evidence of the utter lenravity of our enemies, than, the acts of lawlessness committed by them daily along the Virginia shore of the Potomac. They employ some dozen or more tug boats so small that even on shallow water they can run very near the shore, and wherever it is not protected by armed men every species of outrage is committed. Private, unoffending citizens are subjected to cruel insults, and their property ruthlessly destroyed. Scarcely a day basses that we do not hear of some new act of lawlessness committed in the most skulking manner. In fact, one can scarcely imagine the inconvenience to which nearly every the on the Potomac is subjected by these diabolical outlaws. There were several shots fired at our camp at Mathias' Point, from steamers. Sunday afternoon, but without effect. One man was a little frightened and slightly injured by t