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ssippi 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 wholeuring the silencing of the batteries across the river the utmost consternation prevailed among the inhabitants. The children seemed very much frightened. During the early part of yesterday morning a ferry scow, belonging to Mr. Fichler, of Falmouth was destroyed by the rebels to prevent our crossing. The river is fordable in many places, and this will have very little effect in keeping back the troops of General Hancock's Division and the remainder of the column. This morning has ope