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for a week; that his couriers are all capture and his supply trains cut off.--They are boastful of his successes, but it is valent that they are fearful that his now will amount to more than his in his grand rush up the Valley to Staunton and Waynesboro'. His flight from Waynesboro', till he reached Harrisonburg, was wild and precipitous, leaving dead men and broken down negroes, wounded and exhausted horses and soldiers. It was only when our men relaxed in the vigorous pursuit that they begWaynesboro', till he reached Harrisonburg, was wild and precipitous, leaving dead men and broken down negroes, wounded and exhausted horses and soldiers. It was only when our men relaxed in the vigorous pursuit that they began to pilfer and burn. They fired the barn of Mr. Isaac Parkins, on the Valley pike, about eight. miles from Staunton. One party spared it through entreaty, but another squad came along and applied the torch. The Herald of the 7th says they have received nothing yet from Sheridan. It was reported that a force of rebel cavalry had dashed into Edinburg, a small town midway between Woodstock and Mount Jackson, burned the bridge and captured the guard. This is in Sheridan's rear. The