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The Crops in the Valley. --Our farmers are beginning to cut their magnificent harvests of wheat and rye. The crop is a splendid one--the largest and finest we have had in the Valley since the war commenced. The harvest fields all give assurance that the Confederates are not to be "starved out" anyhow. The God of the harvest is certainly on our side, if we do not misinterpret the eloquent voices of the groaning wheat fields. --Rockingham (Va.) Register.