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ittle later, and Sheridan falls back to Strasburg, but has hardly reached there ere Early's broken legions precipitate themselves upon him with the fierceness of tigers. Again are they routed with tremendous slaughter. Sheridan falls back to Cedar creek, and has but just gone into camp when the routed Early is again upon him, drives him four miles, and captures twenty cannon. But the success is only a momentary one, for the gallant Sheridan dashes upon the field, reforms his broken regiments longer, the Federal Government will be able to stop all its foundries, having enough cannon for its own supply, and a large surplus for the next war with Canada, Maximilian, or Great Britain. One would think that either Sheridan would get tired of "settling" Early, or Early of being "settled." But they do not. Judging by the past, Sheridan having routed Early all the way from Staunton to Cedar creek, will continue routing and "settling" him from Cedar creek to the Pennsylvania boundary.