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ese infernal gape where Kirby Smith came through last year. They are talking about setting my command at work making the road good, so that the rebels can travel all the faster when they start to repeat the flank movement of last summer. Gen. Carter has withdrawn to this side of the river, and Morgan's pickets are on the other bank. The horses of neither can be improving very rapidly; as grain is among the things of the past in that section. Carter is one of the most pleasant, amiable gCarter is one of the most pleasant, amiable gentlemen I ever met, and I think it very wrong in Jeff. Davis to send such rough fellows as John Morgan, Cluke & Co to oppose him. They will be just as likely as not to pitch on him some day and "clean him out" in the most ungentlemanly manner. I think we ought to have Minister Adams complain to Lord John Russell about it, and have such unfair proceedings exposed to public condemnation. No doubt if the enlightened British public could see this last Fredericksburg business in its true light