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th of Gen. Grant.
The report is probably without foundation.
Nothing of importance occurred on the lines yesterday, and the situation at the front is in every respect unchanged.
Important from the Valley — the enemy Routed and driven across the Shenandoah.
The prevailing dullness was relieved last evening by cheering news from the Valley of Virginia.
An official dispatch, received yesterday afternoon at the War Department, states that a large force of Yankees crossed the Shenandoah river at Snicker's, on the 18th.
At 3 o'clock P. M. they were attacked and driven across the river in confusion.
Our loss is stated to be between two and three hundred; that of the enemy much greater.
Snicker's Ferry, where the Yankee forces crossed the Shenandoah, is in Frederick county, 156 miles from Richmond.
Snickersville, which, from a similarity of name, may be supposed to have been the scene of the fight, is in the western part of Loudoun county, and advantageously situated at