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n his right flank his cavalry is well advanced down the Luray Valley to an entrenched position near Milford. On his left flank, another force of cavalry occupies a position in the Lost River Valley, nearly down to Wardensville. On his main front, in the Shenandoah Valley, the Confederate pickets are near Edenburg, on the pike, and to the left and right of it. The letter adds: From the position Early now occupies he can watch all Union movements in West Virginia; front of him, in the Shenandoah and Luray Valleys; and to the right of him, against the railroad lines communicating with Charlottesville, Lynchburg, etc. Early may possibly attempt raids into West Virginia and the Union lines there during the next forty or fifty days, but I think only with cavalry.--He, evidently; would rather have a strong Yankee force upon his left than his right. Early's army has lost its morale. It now requires the strictest orders and severest discipline to keep both officers and men in t