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From the Valley. Private letters from Winchester furnish information that Gen. Jackson has caused the removal of the quartermaster and commissary stores from that point, in anticipation of an early attack from the enemy. The same letters also state that a report prevails that the enemy have crossed or were crossing, in large force, at Williamsport. The distance from Williamsport to Winchester, by the Martinsburg and Winchester Turnpike, is thirty-four miles, and the roads are represented Turnpike, is thirty-four miles, and the roads are represented to be almost impassable. Whether the enemy will risk an attack at this time, or in a very short time, is extremely doubtful, unless his facilities for transportation are much more extensive and efficient than we have reason to believe them to be. At any rate, we feel well certified that Gen. Jackson will make a gallant stand before yielding the place, which he will only do when overpowering numbers render it prudent and necessary.