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r horses. From the Valley — Rosser Whips the enemy on Friday. Official dispatches, received last night, state that Sheridan's army is entrenched between Newtown and Kernstown. Merritt's and Custar's divisions of cavalry attacked General Rosser on the 10th, but were repulsed and driven several miles, losing two hundred prisoners and a number of horses. Rosser's command behaved very handsomely, particularly Lomax's brigade, under Colonel Payne, and Wickham's, under Lieutenant-ColoneRosser's command behaved very handsomely, particularly Lomax's brigade, under Colonel Payne, and Wickham's, under Lieutenant-Colonel Morgan. About the same time, Powell's cavalry division attacked McCausland's brigade at Cedarville, on the Front Royal road, and drove it across the river. Affairs in East Tennessee. A portion of the Federal forces heretofore confronting our lines in East Tennessee have been sent to aid Sherman. They told the Union men that they were going to Nashville after the election. Colonel Patton, of one of the Federal regiments, has removed his family from Washington county, which is in
uld be where it can throw out its cavalry on either flank, and co-operate with it as occasion requires. A large body of rebel cavalry, under Fitzhugh Lee and Rosser, have passed down the Valley between Little and Great North mountains, and emerged opposite Winchester yesterday. They are estimated at one thousand five hundred Edwards, commanding this post, has information through scouts, and by other sources, that an advance body of cavalry, belonging to a large body of the same under Rosser, estimated at five thousand, reached Wardensville, Virginia, on the night of the 7th. They stated that the whole command was under orders to advance on that ountermanded and the whole body marched, as is supposed, in the direction of Moorefield, sixty miles west. They were said to be Fitzhugh Lee's cavalry, under General Rosser, Lee not being with them.--Everything is quiet here. The railroad is complete to Charlestown, and construction trains run to Summit Hill. From Missouri