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From Fredericksburg. [from our own correspondent.] Fredericksburg, March 17, 1863. On Sunday morning, in passing the Episcopal church, in which the religious exercises that, for the past three weeks, have excited so much interest in this community, are held, I saw a large crowd of soldiers, with some citizens and ladies, issue from the church and pass along Hanover street towards the battle field. I followed them. and witnessed a strange eight, and one which does not often meet the eyes in times like these. There is a stream of water flowing in the rear of the lown, which, being obstructed, has overflowed is banks, and inundated the valley through which it It washes the western border of the graveyard in which so many of our sailant soldiers lie side by side, situate of the diseases contracted twelve months since on the Potomac. Around this running water a large crowd had gathered, and the swelling notes of an appropriate hymn broke the stillness of this quiet Sabbath mo