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ne walls have been wantonly pulled down. The Yanks seem to bate Stonewall. Here is a deserted house and there the smouldering ashes of one they have burned. At Strasburg we saw the fortifications of the enemy, on a commanding hill and elaborately finished. Here it was supposed, of course, they would make a stand. How different t of two regiments and some cannon at Front Royal the day before, reached the Valley turnpike near Middletown, and flanked the wagon train and forces moving from Strasburg. Here he poured shot and shell into them till dark, and took large numbers of loaded wagons and many prisoners. The next morning he resumed operations and chas walked to day among the prisoners. They are lofting at their case in the court yard and at the depot, guarded principally by company "F," of Richmond. From Strasburg, and especially from Middletown, the road is filled with evidences of the to night of the Yankees. All sorts, of equipage, half burnt wagons, letters by hundre
ir ranks to let them pass. Upon the same night a force was sent out from Strasburg, by the road which branches from the main turnpike near Middletown toward Froat the same time a force of artillery and infantry proceeded on the road from Strasburg toward Front Royal. A reconnaissance was also made on Saturday morning, rely, the enemy turned back upon the baggage train which was between them and Strasburg, and caused the greatest confusion which can be imagined. The wagons, some oagons and an enemy, had no other alternative than to turn their horses toward Strasburg. They had crossed Cedar Creek, and taken with them the Zouaves' Afrique, through. The Major undertook the task. The cavalry was led back toward Strasburg, recrossing Cedar Creek, and there so closely were they pursued that another were seeking. Soon they reached it. Col. Tompsons remanned sometime in Strasburg to direct the planting of a battery near the fortifications erected there, bu