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vements I then cautioned you against them, and with how much truth let the present position of affairs answer. As to the new base of operations, Fredericksburg, I have but little faith in the same, as it places our forces in a desert country, and renders them liable to flank attacks, which it will be difficult to provide against. But enough on this point for the present. It appears that the routs to Richmond via Fredericksburg is the one always advocated by that natural commander, Phil. Kearney, who greatly preferred it to the Peninsula road, or that by way of Manassas. The New York Herald on the mediation Question — no Show for intervention — Russia the friend of the United States. The New York Herald has a long article on the recent foreign news about mediation, some portion of which is interesting. After reviewing the diplomatic notes, it says: Thus even the moral support of Russia in favor of mediation depends on two contingencies; and one or other, perhaps