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influenced by the dictation of S The Herald says the forward movement by Fredericksburg by Burnside was not undertaken by his own judgment, but was peremptory ordered at Washington. Halleck visited Burnside at Aquia Creek on the 18th. Burnside was in Washington on the 21st. The Herald behaves the rebel army is falling back to Richmond. Gold rose one per cent in New York whBurnside was in Washington on the 21st. The Herald behaves the rebel army is falling back to Richmond. Gold rose one per cent in New York when the news of Sewarn's resignation reached there. It was telegraphed to Washington from Burnside's headquarters, on the 21st that his staff officers know nothing of his resignation, and that GenBurnside's headquarters, on the 21st that his staff officers know nothing of his resignation, and that General Hampton had captured a captain, thirty , and eleven su ers and six su ler wagons. They complain that su rs' goods are needed in the army, but that the overland route is too dangerous. Bold Clellan would be ordered back, when be would be a big goose if he went. I heard this evening. Burnside has been removed, and Hooker steps in his shoes; but I guess it is a mere rumor. I am just abo