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as rudely broken at 5 o'clock on Thursday evening. The Yankees, on the receipt of the news that Sheridan had beaten Early at Fisher's Hill, in the Shenandoah Valley, let off one of their shotted salutFrom the Valley. Official dispatches, received yesterday, state that General Early attacked Sheridan's camp, on Cedar creek, before day on the 19th, and surprised and routed the Eighth and Nineteen of the loss of the artillery, we are the victors. The flower of the Federal cavalry being in Sheridan's command, he is able to overcome our cavalry and use his horsemen for flanking purposes. Thisster. Early' forces are now in good condition, and are not unprepared to meet any attack which Sheridan may make. From Petersburg. No fighting occurred in the vicinity of Petersburg yesterda along the whole line, both north and south of the James, fired on Thursday evening in honor of Sheridan's supposed victory, was the only thing of interest which has occurred for several days to break
ut in taking such a route, he abandons all attempts to cut Sherman's communications. From Sheridan's Department — Sheridan Resumed command. General Sheridan arrived in Martinsburg on TuesdayGeneral Sheridan arrived in Martinsburg on Tuesday evening on his return from Washington to his command. A letter from there, dated the 18th, says: Powell's division of cavalry has been on a raid in Luray Valley, and has succeeded in laying thith the Shenandoah. Everything of value to the rebel cause has been destroyed. While General Sheridan has been absent on his flying circuit about his command, we have been entertained here by rat of our armies in the Valley. Of course these reports were entirely without foundation. General Sheridan never leaves his command for two days where it is in danger of an attack. He is always pre more, as the great Napoleon always thought, he is always successful. A gentleman who left Sheridan's army yesterday reports that the rebels re-occupy Fisher's Hill, on the left of the position h