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ay last. This account states that about 9 o'clock a force of Federal cavalry crossed the river just above the bridge at Falmouth and quietly proceeded down the road for half a mile to Fredericksburg, taking the Main street, and keeping up the most neing less than forty present — proceeded in person to the upper Ferry, where he learned the Federal had all recrossed to Falmouth. Having sent for his men, they crossed to Falmouth in pursuit; but the Federal had all left, save two men, who claim toFalmouth in pursuit; but the Federal had all left, save two men, who claim to have been left with a flag of truce to look after the killed and wounded. Both were brought over to town. The Federal captured about 800 yards woolen cloth, that had been hastily taken from Kelly, Tackett & Co.'s woolen mill for the purpose of secel's staff was, in command.--Only about one-half of his force crossed the river and came to Fredericksburg. Citizens of Falmouth say the whole force reached 210; but our information is from Federal prisoners. The spirit of Capt. Simpson's company i