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oad. One corps remained in the Valley, near Strasburg, as a bait to induce Early to pass on down towards Winchester and annihilate it. But General Jubal Early wGeneral Jubal Early was not to be caught with chaff. So, crossing the mountain higher up the Valley at Thornton's gap, and making a "Stonewall" march, he struck Sheridan unawares, and beveral miles from the village, where he halted for the first time. Had General Early done as Sheridan hoped he would do — pass on down the Valley and attack theave gotten the start of our troops and struck the Central railroad without his (Early) being able to prevent it. As it is, his plans are completely thwarted. ThPassengers by last night's train report that it was understood in Staunton that Early, having learned on Thursday that the Barn burner had divided his force, sent a ated with severe loss, including a large number of prisoners. In the meantime, Early, with the remainder of his forces, crossed the Blue Ridge at Thornton's gap, as