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From Fredericksburg.

An unusual quiet has succeeded the active and bloody operations at Fredericksburg on Saturday. So effectually were the enemy thrashed on that day that it may well be doubted whether another at tempt will be made by them to cross the Rappahannock again this winter. Certainly, from the tone of the Northern press, they will not make another attempt at Fredericksburg. Yesterday everything was represented to be quiet, without any intelligence of the present whereabouts of the Yankees.

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