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From the Valley. [correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.] Winchester, May 30, 1862. You can imagine the joy with which the people of Staunton received the news last Monday, of the glorious achievement of "Old Stonewall," in driving the Yankees from this part of the Valley. You can hear them specially the refugees from this section, laughing, and to each other a cross the street, and see them shaking hands at every street corner. As the facts were immediately telegraphed to Richmond, and, see more authentic details were to be had, I deferred writing you till I should get nearer the scene of action. On Tuesday morning, I was one of many on the road for this place. The essay 1st, Rogers, tells of a women in a German town, who had lived to a good old age without going out of her native town — The king hearing of the case, and thinking it told finely for the contentment and happiness, of his people, made an edict this woman should not leave her native town. Whereupon