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From Fredericksburg. All that we heard yesterday from this town, upon which is centred the great interest of the war, was that all was quiet to a late hour in the day. There were reports that the enemy were leaving their position opposite the town, and as no active movement has taken place in front of our lines, it is not improbable that their forces are being withdrawn for embarkation at Aquia creek. The condition of our men is spoken of as being good, and it is likely that Burnside was not eager to risk a fight with the army he found confronting him. The concentrated effort of the enemy will no doubt be made from the South side.
es may pretend hereafter. It is evident that Burnside meant to make Fredericksburg the base of his a stratagem to conceal the real intentions of Burnside. Being, however, such as they are, we have n over the ½bold and successful movements½ of Burnside before they had even heard of his having succee at its head, had already barred the way to Burnside, the Washington Star tells us that the fine m army.½--The writer supposed, of course, that Burnside had possession of Fredericksburg, and had decy achieved. It is impossible he thinks, that Burnside's movement could have been anticipated. It m motion to head him off before Tuesday night. Burnside must certainly get to Hanover Junction beforetwelve days fair marching from Richmond, with Burnside's army not six days march from it½ ½Five days should see that great battle over, and Burnside should have Richmond in less than ten days, as the A writer in the New York Times complains that Burnside's intention was betrayed to the rebels.--We b[1 more...]