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t, and the cry is still, "On to Richmond!" Rebels advancing upon Fredericksburg. Washington, May 19. --Two contraband have just arrived at Gen. Bayard's headquarters below Fredericksburg, and report that the rebels are about fifteen miles below Fredericksburg, with a considerable force of infantry, cavalry, and artillery. The information seems reliable. The bridge across the Rappahannock will be completed to night; the Locomotive arrived over the road from Aquia Creek to Falmouth last evening, bringing one hundred and fifty workmen, who are to-day employed in finishing the bridge. The telegraph "on to Richmond." The U. S. military telegraph has an office open and in operation in a saw-mill at the 14th mile post from Richmond. The lines to the various camps and stations between the headquarters and Fortress Monroe are in good condition, and working admirably under the personal superintendence of Mr. Thos. F. Eckert. Nation of the Secretaries. Secret