From Fredericksburg

From the army of General Lee. at Fredericksburg, there is nothing specially interesting. The movements of the enemy are represented to indicate an early attack at that point, and our forces are busily occupied in preparing for the expected engagement. It is reported that General Lee has directed that persons who have returned to their homes there since the late fight shall again vacate the place, though the whole affair may only be designed by the enemy to cover their operations in another direction. The vigilance of our Generals, however, will be in time for any device of this sort to which the Yankees may choose to resort.

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