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departure for Page Valley, Perryville, and the cosy little town of Luray. It was the intention of Colonel Charles H. Smith, of the First Macrossed, and our forces encamped for the night within four miles of Luray. Our pickets were attacked an hour after dark by a party of Gillmo before them with little difficulty. As we arrived within sight of Luray, quite a large rebel force were observed drawn up in line of battleined over those persons suspected of sympathy with the North. At Luray, Colonel Smith learned that Rosser's brigade had encamped there Sunompletely gutted, and their contents destroyed, on the road between Luray and Sperryville. Near Sperryville, our advance-guard surprised all. A large quantity of fine tobacco was confiscated in the town of Luray. The town of Luray being situated in the centre of Page valley, isLuray being situated in the centre of Page valley, is one of the prettiest in Virginia. It consists of a large brick court-house, several substantial churches, and the streets of the town are l