From Fredericksburg.

We have nothing new to report this morning from this point of interest. It seems to be understood that a portion at least of the Federal force which threatened the town has been withdrawn, but for what purpose can only be conjectured. An opinion obtains that they have gone up and down the Rappahannock with the intention of crossing that stream above and below the town. If this opinion is correct, it is not improbable that our forces may yet have an opportunity to repel the invader. No doubt Gen. Lee is fully advised as to their plans, and is cautiously guarding their ma

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