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ays: "About two weeks ago we were visited by a large number of Yankees, the whole commands of Averill, Crook, Duffee, and Hunter. For foul days and nights we had no rest whatever. They stripped us of everything we had to eat, and we came very near or two before the others, and did not seem inclined to take advantage of our defenceless condition; but as soon as Crook, Hunter, and Duffee came the work of destruction commenced. * * * When the bridge was burnt the wind was very high and set direct that our forces in the Valley of Virginia captured a few days ago a large wagon train loaded with supplies, intended for Hunter's army. Some prisoners are said to have been taken at the same time. The scenes of the captured is located near Woodsto, and it was presumed to be his intention to advance up the Valley, for the purpose of completing the work left undone by Hunter. He is reported to have with him from 5,000 to 6,000 men. If this be true, we prophecy for the unfortunate Pope a worse