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eneral Early in command of the rebel troops in the Valley. Yesterday, Fitzhugh Lee's division of cavalry was at Wardensville, on Cacapon river. Imboden was also reported there. The rebel force at this point was over five thousand strong. Mosby has been reinforced by a regiment of Virginia cavalry, and was yesterday at Berryville. A raid is expected on Winchester, or on the line of General Sheridan's communications. The rebel movements have been already counteracted. The cavalry he bank in that place on last Saturday night. They have armed, and the streets of the town are constantly patrolled. All strangers discovered lurking about the place are required to give an account of themselves. Mrs. Mary Ann Kline and Dr. John H. Kline, of Loudoun county, Virginia, and Miss Nanie O'Bannon, their niece, were arrested in Baltimore on Tuesday, charged with having in their possession some of the money captured by Mosby in his late raid on the Baltimore and Ohio railroad.