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een burning and destroying all within our reach. A number of our troops, while overhauling a wheelwright shop some miles from the tavern found an Alabama ambulance and some 25 shot guns, with patterns for gun-stocks, &c. The guns were rather roughly handled, and the remnants left as mementoes of the past. It is said upon good authority that there are five Mississippi regiments and Major Crutch's rebel cavalry brigade in Fredericksburg to dispute our crossing. The 30th Virginia, Col. Cary, is also supposed to be there, or ready to come, as houses have been cleared to be used as barracks for them. Falmouth is a very old town, some of the houses dating as far back as 1717, and some claim a greater antiquity. A portion of the town has a neat air about it, while the mass of the houses are old and ill-shaped. There is not a public house in the whole town, or any place for strangers to stop. The best houses are white frames, while the old antiquities are the old- fashione