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Affairs in the Valley — vandalism of the Yankees, &c. From all the information we have, the enemy have now a considerable force in the Lower Valley, around Charlestown and Martinsburg, and it is the impression of parties who have recently escaped from that section, that they are making preparations for a movement up the Valley. In the portions of the country occupied by them they are treating the people with marked kindness, allowing their troops to cut and haul wood to the citizens of Charlestown and Martinsburg, and furnishing to many of the farmers a guard for their property. Still some of the fiends among them are perpetrating the most brutal acts of vandalism. Some three weeks ago, when the body of Captain Blackford, of the Confederate service, who was killed at Newtown, was taken to Jefferson, it was delivered over to his friends, who came to Charlestown for it. That night two farm houses, in one or the other of which they believed his body to be lying, were burned to