and thy sorrows boast.
The churches of Fredericksburg suffered dreadfully during the bombardmentbeen greatly improved by the refugees from Fredericksburg.
The hotel is full.
The G's have rented p to Cedar Hill, and he attempted to go to Fredericksburg; when he reached Hamilton's Crossings he ftrip, that of preaching to the soldiers in Fredericksburg.
Saturday night, may 9, 1863.
So mucor the purpose of transporting soldiers to Fredericksburg.
Hooker was making immense demonstrationsvered from his dreadful wound, received at Fredericksburg last winter.
He is an infantry captain of.
L. and B. went up to Mr. Marye's near Fredericksburg to-day, to visit their brother's grave.
Ttion — the enemy driven across the river.
Fredericksburg and Culpeper Court-House are both occupiedur troops.
This is very gratifying to our Fredericksburg refugees, who are going up to see if theyyesterday bringing Longstreet's Corps from Fredericksburg, on its way to Chattanooga.
We all stood