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The Daily Dispatch: November 22, 1862., [Electronic resource], The appearance of the Yankee Army in Front of Fredericksburg — shells Thrown into the town — supposed destination of the threatening force. (search)
ng account of the military operations in the vicinity of that city. The information was received on Sunday night that the enemy had left Warrenton, and were moving on Fredericksburg in force. The Herald says: Early Monday the streets were filled with rumors as to the character of the advance, one man, from the upper part of Stafford, saving there had passed his house three brigades, embracing cavalry, infantry, and artillery. About noon the enemy arrived on the hills in the rear of Fairmont, but kept their force out of view, being drawn up from Lawson's Hill back as far as Mr. John R. Fitzhugh's — The enemy planted four pieces of artillery in the skirt of woods on the hill at Miss Mary Scott's a commanding position. Four other pieces were understood to be on the highway in the immediate neighborhood. We had four pieces of artillery near the "White Plains" house, (Mr. S. H.Owens a,) within the corporation; but the point is not compactly built over, the woolen factory. Hesst