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a large and attentive congregation, among whom was no less a personage than the Commander-in-Chief of this army. General Rosser is giving renewed evidence of his fitness for the promotion he has lately received. He has just made the entire circ cavalry pursued him, but failed to catch up with him. Finding themselves balked in their efforts to overtake and capture Rosser, the enemy turned his instruments of malice, as usual on their route, upon the noncombatant citizens — stealing their negorn and meat, and destroying several tanneries filled with leather at Sperryville, in Rappahannock county. They followed Rosser as far as Luray, in Page county, across the Blue Ridge. Here they destroyed two large tanneries, a fine flouring mill, a. From this point Gregg returned to his old camping ground, near Warrenton. But for the high water and bad weather, General Rosser would have been able to have accomplished much more. The only change in the situation on our front is the fact t