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From Fredericksburg. We conversed yesterday with a gentleman who left Fredericksburg on Monday, at 2 P. M. We are much gratified at the statement he gives. As yet not one citizen has taken the oath, and no Union flag has been hoisted ever the town. A formal interview took place between Gen. Yeager and a committee of the Council on Saturday, in the town of Falmouth. Gen. I said he had no authority to make any terms, or to occupy the town; that his whole duty was completed when he got possession of the hills commanding the place; but that General McDowell was then landing a heavy force at Aquia week, and when he arrived the terms of surrender could be arranged. Our informant farther states that Gen. Y. told Mayor Slaughter that he had made a forced march of thirty miles, and only reached the vicinity of Fredericksburg late Thursday night, with his men completely worn down, and was greatly surprised at the feeble resistance made. When the committee went in, the General assur