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arrison. From the Valley. An official dispatch states that a body of the enemy, a thousand in number, advanced up the Manassas Gap railroad on the 4th instant, having in charge a train of wagons loaded with railroad material and occupied Salem and Rectortown, in Fauquier county. Mosby attacked them at Salem and defeated them, capturing fifty prisoners, all then baggage and camp equipage, stores, &c., and killing and wounding a considerable number of them. His loss was to a Salem and defeated them, capturing fifty prisoners, all then baggage and camp equipage, stores, &c., and killing and wounding a considerable number of them. His loss was to a An official dispatch received at the War Department states that Sheridan is still moving down the Valley. A large force of has cavalry was attacked by us on the 7th instant, and drove them somely, capturing a number of ambulances, some wagons, with teams, some fifty prison killing and wounding a Northern dates express great concerning Sheridan. They they have heard nothing from him for a week; that his couriers are all capture and his supply trains cut off.--They are boastful of h