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Letter from Fredericksburg. [correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.] Fredericksburg, Dec. 14, 1863. Having been called to this place by business, I will avail myself of the occasion to make up a letter out of material that I am satisfied will interest the general reader. Twelve months ago I was here as the correspondent of another journal, and witnessed the sad scenes attendant upon the evacuation of the town in mid-winter by its then occupying citizens, made up mainly of decrepit men, frail women, and helpless children; and never, while memory serves me, will I forget that long and dismal procession. For the first time in my life, I really feared lest Fredericksburg was a "finished" town. The brutal behest of an ingrate General decreed that the people must leave and the town be destroyed. The citizens of Fredericksburg, great as was the sacrifice, cheerfully made it, and, to their everlasting praise, it will be recorded in history that there were no womanly repining o