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tral railroad, nine miles from Richmond. Our troops are in the best of spirits, with a morals unbroken, and a discipline unexampled. From Fredericksburg. Persons who left Spotsylvania county on Tuesday last bring interesting intelligence from Fredericksburg. They learned that pickets had stated that the whole of the enemy's force there was under marching orders. The town was only held by cavalry, who were moving everything away as rapidly as possible. The railroad bridge across the Rappahannock has not been rebuild. It is represented that the people have been treated tolerably well, but the whole country in the vicinity has been rendered a desert. The Yankees have inflicted a good deal of damage upon the railroad. The persons who brought this information came by way of Beaver Dam, and report that no enemy had been nearer that point on the Central Railroad for several days than Hewlett's, which is eight miles from Beaver Dam, in the direction of Hanover Junction.