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rain last night we were unable to obtain anything which looked to the probability of another attempt on the part of the enemy to recross the river. Everything was reported quiet up to noon yesterday, with no new development of the operations of Burnside's army. In the early part of the day yesterday it was asserted positively that a dispatch had been received from Gen. Lee at the War Department that the enemy were crossing the Rappahannock at Port Royal, but on inquiry late last evening weort Royal, but on inquiry late last evening we were assured that no such dispatch had been received. The general impression is that their army has been withdrawn to the Potomac — whether to take transports for some other locality to pursue their inward to Richmond journey, or to go into winter quarters around the Federal capital, can only be conjectured. One thing is certain, Burnside is in no haste to renew the experiment which resulted so disastrously to his fortunes at Fredericksburg.
Burnside reported to be removed. The report that the Yankee army has again changed commanders since the recent severe battle so Fredericksburg is renewed. This time it reaches as by way of Staunton, and is said to have as its origin that a notice of the fact appeared in a Northern paper received in the lower part of the Valley. The report now has it that Fremont is assigned to the command of the Army of the Potomac. We do not think there is any foundation for the rumor.
of Friday night and Saturday morning, and, as General Burnside was anxious to commence the attack at an earlys of the soldiers were constantly under arms. General Burnside was in the city all night, personally inspectiisposition of the Union forces had been made and Gen. Burnside determined to commence operations, fog or no fogperated with Sumner's column during the battle. Gen. Burnside was anxious that a movement should be made as eat will require a desperate effort on the part of Gen. Burnside to drive him from his stronghold General Franklitonewall Jackson's position on the Massaponax--General Burnside is confident of success, and is busily engagedy. The Yankee loss — some Explanations about Burnside's Dispatch. The Washington Star, of the 13th, sf doing us much more injury than we can them. Burnside's Dispatch. The version of General Burnside's General Burnside's dispatch to the President, bearing date yesterday at 4 A. M., which some of our city contemporaries have publi