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of "hospital stores." Every carpet bag, trunk, and bundle entering Fredericksburg undergoes a rigid examination, rank being no safeguard against search; and the pouting of ladies at the tumbling of laces, silks, bonnets, &c., seems to have inspired the officials with a sort of grim delight in ransacking every package large enough to hold a bottle. Several of the officers of the division are going home for the purpose of organizing the new regiments. Among these are Capt. Robinson, of Gen. King's staff, and Capt. Hodge, of Gen. Auger's staff, both accomplished officers and well qualified for the command of their new regiments. A few officers are absent on recruiting service; but furloughs and passes to Washington have recently been entirely suspended, curtailing the amount of travel by rail and steamer amazingly. Mayor Slaughter returned from Richmond the day before yesterday, completely disgusted with affairs at the rebel headquarters. It will be remembered that the Mayor