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From Fredericksburg. There was nothing new with reference to operations around Fredericksburg brought down by passenger yesterday. No decisive demonstration has been made on either side, though the impression obtain that a fight cannot long be delayed. From what we gather it is the general opinion that Burnside will attempt to throw a column of the army across the Rappahannock at Port Royal, a Caroline county, where he can have the benefit of his gunboats.
t was determined on the 13th ult., on the occasion of the visit of Halleck to Burnside, and that the consent of Lincoln was not obtained until the following Saturdayf the rebels. "You have lost your best man," shouted out one this forenoon. 'Burnside is played out we don't care a d — n for him." A 9th New Hampshire boy inquiredashington correspondent of the New York World telegraphs as follows: General Burnside has abandoned the Warrenton and Gordonsville route to Richmond, and is comhe highest confidence, had interviews with the various corps commanders and Gen. Burnside. He tells me that they all do not present by any means a cheerful state of affairs.--Gen. Hooker says that Burnside cannot take Richmond alone. Some diversion of the enemy must be created somewhere South of the rebel capital before it coulndicate his reputation as the great bugbear of the Union army." Over 3,000 sick soldiers have arrived in Washington in the last few days from Burnside's army.