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quirer: Gentlemen --I desire briefly to respond to a communication from Gen. Early, which appeared in the columns of your paper of yesterday. His insinuatiril my brigade was detached from his command, and I was ordered to report to Gen. Early, who was charged with the duty of watching the movements of that portion of t river, the enemy commenced crossing into Fredericksburg in large numbers. General Early was then with his entire division at Hamilton's Crossing. I at once informt "the short line in rear of and to the left of Fredericksburg," as stated by Gen. Early. The 21st regiment was posted between the Marye house and the plankroad, thrnt citizens, it reached two thousand. The inference naturally drawn form Gen. Early's statement is, that on Monday morning Gen. Gordon's command drove the enemy . This communication is not written for that purpose, but to correct erroneous impressions which Gen. Early's publication was calculated to make. Wm. Barksdale.