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going to Grant are very probably the reasons for the raid. Provisions and all kinds of supplies are, no doubt, very scarce in Virginia at present, and the rebels hope to make a large haul on this side of the Potomac; but they have evidently been disappointed thus far. Maj. Gen. Early commands the expedition, which is composed of cavalry, infantry and artillery. Early is reported to be Ewell's successor. Gen. Ransom is believed to have charge of the cavalry, and as he is said to be Stuart's successor, the object of the enemy may be inferred to be an important one on the part of Gen. Lee. The infantry force is said to be under the command of Gen. Early himself. Ewell's late corps probably now numbers not less than 12,000 men. Other reports name Breckinridge, Imboden, Jenkins, and even Wheeler, as leaders; but both the Southern Jenkinses are dead. Wheeler is known to be in Tennessee, and Breckinridge's presence in the Valley is very doubtful. Gen. Wallace is very a