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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 oRobinson's battery, on his way (to Portsmouth, Ohio) to recruit. He was at the battle of Port Republic, where his brother lost three guns, and was wounded and made prisoner. Capt. Robinson, who appears to be a very modest and veracious man, relates that while he was working one of his Capt. Robinson, who appears to be a very modest and veracious man, relates that while he was working one of his guns, Stonewall Jackson, whose form was familiar to him, came within easy hailing distance, and, standing erect in his stirrups, beckoned with his hand and actually ordered him to "bring the gun over here." Captain Robinson replied by eagerly firing three shots at the ubiquitous Presbyterian, but without even the effect of scaring him. "I might have known," said he, "that I could not hit him." Capt. Robinson is utterly at a loss to explain this extraordinary personal demonstration of the redoubtable "Stonewall." Whether he mistook him for one of his own men, or that some incomprehens