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if its the same to you I would rather have that paper blank than with the writing on it.'" I don't know, of course whether I did any good by my preaching, but I do know some of that crowd came over to us that night, and I should be glad often to have the came chance to demoralize the Yankee troops. I hear that the Yankee troops in the Valley keep close to Winchester, being afraid of the bush whackers, who have killed many of their men. A few days since, the Yankees made proclamation in Clarks and Frederick to all the citizens to come to their court-house on a given day, and take the oath of allegiance to the United States. Not a man camas. August 23d.--Another skirmish took place day before yesterday, between some Yankee cavalry and some of our infantry, in which the latter were badly beaten. It is reported that Longstreet was misled, and his corps greatly endangered. It is pretty certain that he hung a deserter and a Yankee spy. Brisk cannonading is heard this morning.