Send word to Gen. Gibbon to take possession of Fredericksburg.
We lose great battles there and Fredericksburg they say was just a slaughter of our men.
The change of commanders brought a change of scheme, which was now to advance upon Richmond by way of Fredericksburg.
We hear that McDowell is somewhere between you and Fredericksburg.
The President replied by a kind and sympathetic despatch after his failure at Fredericksburg, and fully appreciated his situation.
On the twenty-first the leading brigades reached Fredericksburg.
Also for the battle of Fredericksburg (Dec. 13, 1862) Lee deserves no special praise.
It was given over to Burnside, and he took the Fredericksburg route to Richmond.
She has just returned from the Fredericksburg races, and has given me a full account of them.
The army at Fredericksburg—that was what they thought of now, day and night.