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From Fredericksburg. who came down last night had nothing new to report from Fredericksburg. Everything was quiet and the soldiers of our army were the Christmas holidays as well as their to the camp would permit. Burnside's command is believed to have gone to Washington.
fore long. The defeat at Fredericksburg. Burnside's official account of the late disaster at Frederies his judgment as a military commander." We annex Burnside's account: Headq'rs of the Army of the Potomac, Very respectfully, Your obedient servant, A. E. Burnside, Major-Gen Com'g the Army of the Potomac. Lincoln Refuses to accept Burnside's resignation. Burnside arrived in Washington on the 20th and tenderBurnside arrived in Washington on the 20th and tendered his resignation, which Lincoln refused to accept. Burnside left for the Army of the Potomac on the 22d. Burnside left for the Army of the Potomac on the 22d. Another statement from Burnside. Washington, Dec. 23. --The following has been received at HeadquarBurnside. Washington, Dec. 23. --The following has been received at Headquarters: Headq's Army of the Potomac, December 23, 1862. To Major-General H. W. Halleck, General in Chiefare receiving treatment in hospital. (Signed) A. E. Burnside, Major General Commanding. Lincoln to thome other similar diversion, should be made at once, to render the capture of Richmond by Burnside certain.