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From the North. We continue our extracts from Northern papers of the 21st inst.: The Yankee march to Fredericksburg — Incidents on the Route. The army correspondent of the Philadelphia Inquirer writes the following account of the advance on Fredericksburg: As we stated in a previous dispatch, our forces passed through Warrenton in three columns, Gen. Hancock on the right, Gen. French the centre, and Gen. Howard on the left. This constitutes Gen. Couch's corps. The ninth army corps, commanded by Gen.--and Couch's corps, are under the command of Gen. Sumner. The troops took the direct road to Warrenton Junction early on Saturday morning, and encamped on the evening of that day in the vicinity of the Junction, and again started early on Sunday morning, making the next camp near the Spotted Tavern, in Stafford county, Fauquier being the county we had been passing through. Nothing of any great moment occurred during the march, except that it was conducted with gr