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f Sheridan's army from the Shenandoah Valley to the position formerly held by General Meade on the line of the Rapid Ann, with headquarters and secondary base at Warrenton. The rebel papers claim that Sheridan has been defeated by Early and compelled to fall back to Harrisonburg. But it is believed that this is untrue, and that tdered him to move northward through the gaps in the Blue Ridge into the Luray Valley, and thence, when preparations have been made to supply him, to advance upon Warrenton and endeavor to obtain possession of Gordonsville. It will be observed that the Orange and Alexandria road is already being repaired and rails laid, so that supplies can be transported readily and rapidly to Warrenton. When this is done, the forward movement of General Sheridan will be resumed with an army largely reinforced. When General Meade held the line of the Rapid Ann, near the point which has been selected as General Sheridan's new base, although he had an enemy in his front