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r nor evacuate — that "if the rebels want his room, they must kill or capture his entire command." My informant is satisfied that the rebel cavalry is the old Ashby force, but by whom now commanded he knows not. The secesh of this region say, however, that Ashby has been succeeded by Colonel Minifle, of Kentucky--a man with onAshby has been succeeded by Colonel Minifle, of Kentucky--a man with one leg, but noted for "independent" exploits in Mexico."All accounts agree that for their present operations in the Valley the rebels are employing but an insignificant force of Infantry. Yesterday I met Capt. Robinson, of Robinson's battery, on his way (to Portsmouth, Ohio) to recruit. He was at the battle of Port Republic, wthern tyrants." On the strength of "the late Richmond victory," he appears once more among us, to raise h — ll and turn up Jack." He fancies himself a greater than Ashby or "Stonewall." In fact, he has created quite a scare on the other side of Green river. But his doings so far seem to have been greatly exaggerated. However, it