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hundred cavalry. Gallant Fight in the Valley. A very handsome affair took place in the Valley last Tuesday. Captain Baylor's company, of the Twelfth Virginia cavalry, has been on detached service for two weeks, under Lieutenant Baylor, and Lieutenant Baylor, and on last Tuesday were to meet at Kernstown. The Yankees got wind of it, and fifty-six of the Twenty-first New York cavalry went up there to catch our men as they came in squads to the rendezvous. It happened, however, that before they arrived, LieuLieutenant Baylor had thirty-five men together, and, hearing of their trip, caught them near Millwood. Only thirteen of the Yankees escaped--seven being killed, seven wounded, and the rest are now in the Libby. --We did not lose a man. In the two weeks Baylor's company, which numbers thirty-five men, has been on detached service it has captured eighty five Yankees and one hundred and fifteen horses — averaging six a day. From Georgia. There is nothing new from Georgia. Sherman is near Sa