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the most effective footing, ready not only to repel the invader, but to carry the war to their own homes. The enemy's Movements. Lafayette has been received that the enemy's Stray in the Valley of Virginia has moved forward on Flout Hill, in Rappahannock, county, and there found a junction with a portion of McDowell's The number of men now at that point is imated at eighteen thousand. By adopting Rappahannock county as a base of operation, the enemy may throw a force into Page. Shenandoah, and Rockingham, and at the same time keep an eye upon any movement that might have for its object the clearing out of the Valley. The rout of Banks, Shields, and Fremont, by Jackson's army, has proved a bitter dose to Yankeeism, and every possible resource will be exhausted with a view to wipe out the painful recollection of that event. The Affair at Walkerton. We have received some further particulars of the attack upon a marauding party of Yankees at Walkerton, King and Queen