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he navigation of the Mississippi. As long as we have a single battery of light field pieces left it will be impossible for any craft short of an iron-clad to navigate that river, and iron-clads are not exactly the sort of craft for carrying on trade. In the absence of positive information, rumors always rush in to supply its place, as the air rushes in wherever a vacuum has been formed. There were any number of rumors in town yesterday with regard to Gen. Lee, Gen. Hooker, Gen. Ewell, Milroy, and the town of Winchester. Some of these may be seen in another column. None of them seem entitled to much consideration. Hooker, however, seems certainly to have evacuated Stafford. That we learn from a sure source, and not from rumor. What his aim may be, nobody is able to conjecture; but the Yankee papers have been for some time indulging in every manner of speculation with regard to the movements of Gen. Lee, and probably these speculations may have some connection with the march
From Winchester. The reports which reach us from the Valley are somewhat confused. One statement represents that our forces in the Valley have surrounded Winchester, and have Milroy and his command completely hemmed in, whilst another report, equally entitled to credit, states that the Federal forces evacuated that town on Thursday last. A few days will, probably, decide how far either of these statements are correct.