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From the Valley. [Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch] Mouny Jackson, April 7, 1862. Our army is encamped near Mount Jackson, a short distance from which place are the headquarters of our gallant leader. The enemy are at Edinburg, a small village, about ten miles below this. There we burnt a bridge over a small stream, and in consequence, they have been held in check for more than a week by Col. Ashby's command. Col. A has a skirmish almost daily with the invader, and disputes every mile with them. They feel their way along very cautiously, and keep a sharp look out for a "stone wall;" for, according to report, they ran against a "stone wall," near Winchester, a short time since and received a blow which made them recoil in wonder and dismay. Our troops are in fine spirits, and are willing to engage once more in the death struggle for liberty, though the enemy, as before, come in fearful odds. For they well know what they have at stake when the battle cry of the foe
The Staunton Spectator says that Gen. Jackson is at Rude's Hill, on the farm generally known as the "Steluberger place," several miles South of Mt. Jackson, in Shenandoah county The enemy are at Edinburg, about seven miles from Gen. Jackson. The name of the recent battle field is considered especially appropriate, Shiloh signifying the "expectation of nations."