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From Fredericksburg.[from our own correspondent] Fredericksburg, April 29, 1863. As I extinguished my candle at 4 o'clock this morning, the heavy dampness and for which at the open window could be felt, suggested that it would be a fine night for the Yankees to cross the river. At 6 ½ o'clock A. M. the ringing of the Epe Church bell — the concerted signal — argued us that the ball was shout to open. It took me half an hour to wake up thoroughly, and then the leisurely, lounging Yankees, seen from my window at the Lacy House, made me think they would be polite enough to allow a staff officer of the editional corp time for his toilet and breakfast. The she was exquisite, the coffee excellent, and the bread superb. To leave shad for shot, and office for cannon, and bread for bullets, was our of the question. Having breakfasted tority and pocketed a mild amount of commissary stores and tobacco, referenced by my pipe. I took a view of " the situation" Our Mississippians w