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ly in the Southern cause. Six counties have furnished seven thousand men; and they are troops worth having. Price is scouring the county of Lafayette, and occupies Lexington. The Yankees are pursuing, but to little purpose, as the militia which they can call out are not only very scarce, but go over to Price the first opportunity. From the Valley. One thousand four hundred and twenty-nine prisoners, captured by Early on Wednesday, arrived in this city on Saturday night. Persons direct from General Early's army say that the Confederate cavalry, in their retreat and panic, came pouring down upon our artillery in the streets of Strasburg, frightened the horses, threw everything into confusion, and rendered it impossible for the infantry to afford the guns any protection. General Rosser, however, after nightfall, by his personal exertions, collected his cavalry and brought off some of the guns. The enemy's loss was very large. They confess to a loss of five thousand.
n the ground — the alleged Captures from General Early. The Herald of the 21st is full of accounts of the fight near Strasburg on Wednesday last, illustrated with maps, &c. It appears that the Confederates had the enemy completely routed, but madunt of the engagement: At daylight this morning Longstreet made a furious attack on the left of our position near Strasburg, which was held by Crook. His attack was successful. We were driven from the ground with the loss of a number of piecth the attack on the left, a furious charge was made on our centre and right, and we were compelled to fall back beyond Strasburg.--At Cedar creek our army halted, and was there joined by Sheridan, who was on his return from Washington. Our broken aster has been converted into a splendid victory. Darkness again intervened to shut off greater results. I now occupy Strasburg. As soon as obtained I will send you further particulars. P. H. Sheridan, Major-General. A telegram f