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ew York on Saturday by some incendiaries setting fire to all the principal hotels. The New York Tribune says that Barnum's, the Astor House, Metropolitan, etc., were all fired between 8 and 11 P. M. by rags, saturated with phosphorus, placed in different rooms. No clue to the cause of this wholesale arson had been obtained, though several arrests had been made. From the Valley. A dispatch from the Valley, dated the 21st, says: Early has gone out of the Valley. Merritt's and Devin's divisions of cavalry, which lately started on a reconnaissance up the Valley, have sent back a courier to headquarters with information that General Early and his whole infantry force has passed on toward Staunton. --The belief is that the rebel campaign in the Valley for the present winter is over, so far as any movement in force is concerned, and that only a portion of the rebel cavalry, with guerrilla parties to co-operate with it, are now left to annoy us in the Valley. It is sup