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sportation renders it impossible to remove the women and children, sick, wounded, and aged, I am authorized to say to you that our batteries will not open upon the town at the hour designated. General Patrick will meet a committee or representatives from your town tomorrow morning at o'clock, at the Lacey House. Very respectfully, your ob't serv't, E. V. Sumner, Brevet Major-General Commd'g Division. An interview having thus been invited, at 9 A. M. Mayor Slaughter, Dr. J. G. Wallace, J. L. Harye, Jr., W. A. Littele, and W. S. Scott, on the part of the citizens, and Gen. Kershaw, on behalf of the military, proceeded, at the hour named, to the opposite shore, but were not received, as the following note will explain. It will also be seen that an apology was made for firing on the train which left carrying out the departing citizens: Headquarters Right Grand Division, Near Falmouth, Va., Nov. 22, 1862. to the Mayor of Fredericksburg, Va.: The invitatio