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ttered them in every direction, after which we proceeded on our voyage up the river, toward Fredericksburgh, passing some three or four fine wharves, which have been partly destroyed. Stopping at th other obstructions, are placed in the narrow channel of the river, five miles this side of Fredericksburgh, to prevent our approach to that place, where lie the steamers St. Nicholas, Eureka and Log. The town is very prettily situated on the left bank of the river, some fifty miles below Fredericksburgh. It contains two churches, a jail, a hotel, and a large steam saw-mill, and many handsome night. This morning, about five o'clock, espied a sloop coming down from the direction of Fredericksburgh, when we gave chase and captured her, she proving to be the Reindeer, Capt. Ailworth, who ms for the rebels, with a lot of letters, from which we learn that the rebels are evacuating Fredericksburgh, and talk of burning the town, to keep it from falling into our hands. At nine o'clock we
em to retreat beyond the heights south of Fredericksburgh. In their flight they set fire to the brof the Rappahannock, immediately opposite Fredericksburgh, was found almost entirely deserted. Sevge, that had been only slightly damaged. Fredericksburgh is virtually in our possession, as our cad a considerable amount of shipping is at Fredericksburgh. The cars are busily running to and from Rebel account of the occupation. Fredericksburgh, April 21, 1862. To the Editor of the Ricthe advance of the Federal forces reached Fredericksburgh Thursday afternoon. As late as midnight Tom Falmouth, and making their way through Fredericksburgh into the country back of it. I have no de entire force had evacuated the town, and Fredericksburgh lay at the feet of the Yankees. The Con interview with the civil authorities of Fredericksburgh. An arrangement was finally made, by whi Justice to the people and authorities of Fredericksburgh requires that this much should be publish[2 more...]