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art two months. We think from outward indications that the clouds are and the South, aroused by the pe which environed her, is about to strike a which will cause the throne of the disports ble beneath him. Matters in the Valley, so far as our information extends, remain in stern two. The Federals still occupy the lower portion of it, which Gen. Jackson is where the Yankees may a fight on their hands if they attempt him. From the army of the Potomac we have heard nothing. Gen. Johnston has adopted the precaution of ting nothing to be beyond his lines. information from Norfolk assures as that the Ajax of the Roads will not be and that when she makes her second it will fall with crushing effect upon the old hulks of the Federal navy- her gallant exploits of the 5th and 9th, the people of Norfolk breathe freer, and less is apprehended of a visit from Burnard. The news from Arkansas has only the of well-concocted and nicely-conceived We believe that our