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, and though it may be that the Federals will once more endeavor to advance into the Valley of the Shenandoah, yet the South have given proof of their courage and resources in thus ejecting the invaders from their soil, and convincing the most confident Northerner that efforts and sacrifices greater than any that have gone before must be made if even a border State is to be won back to the Northern Union. At the present time the Confederate outposts extend to the Potomac. The long Valley of the Shenandoah is again in their power. Federal authority is once more endangered in Western Virginia and the conquest of the State can no longer be looked on as a certainty by the most sanguine Northerner. The fact that a body of fifteen thousand Confederates could thus clear an important region of the enemy, and inflict such disgrace on him and raise such an alarm in his chief cities, shows that the present resources of the Federals in men, however large, have been used to the utmost in prosec