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[correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch] going into winter quarters — improved Health of the soldiers — Prevalence of the scarlet fever, &c. Fredericksburg, Va., Dec. 18, 1861 The 30th Virginia Regiment Col. Milton Cary, will leave their present locality in a few days to winter-quarter in town, and, though the move has very many serious objections, yet it will lesson somewhat the expenses of the Government, as nearly half the regiment reside here — hence will eat in their own households, and many can resume their trades while off duty; There is a considerable number of soldiers here constantly, some sick and some on furlough; but I am glad to say that disturbances are unfrequent, and the sick in the hospitals are fewer than usual. There is nothing important from the Potomac, except the firing into passing vessels, which almost daily occurs at Evansport and other points. In the town, especially among the children, a very virulent type of scarlet fever<