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Highly Important from the North. The following dispatch was received last night by Gov. Letcher. We give it in full: Fredericksburg, Dec. 23, 1862. to Governor. Letcher. Seward and Son have resigned. The whole Yankee Cabinet will follow snit. Halleck will be removed. Burnside resigns.
f the pontoon bridges ten days beyond the time promised Gen. Burnside, thus enabling the rebels to render their position imprme by and by. At the close of the battle to night, Gen. Burnside declared that he would renew the contest in the morning It is likely that the council of Generals-- composed of Burnside, Summer, Hooker, and Franklin — now meeting at this house On Monday afternoon Gen. Lee sent a flag of truce to Gen. Burnside, asking him to detail men to bury his dead in front of revious to the last engagement. The Second report of Burnside. Headq's Army of the Potomac, December 16, 1862. 6 o'cle enemy, and without loss either of property or men. A. E. Burnside, Major General Commanding. Gen. Burnside, wGen. Burnside, with military frankness and brevity, explains the reason of the retreat of the Army of the Potomac to the north side of the Ra Fredericksburg was not undertaken in accordance with General Burnside's own judgment, but was peremptorily ordered by the m