From the Valley.
From the most direct information we have from the Valley
, we infer that matters are bright for the Confederate
We published a few days ago based upon intelligence received gentleman who came through from last week.
We have since been permitted from a letter received by a gentleman in a member of the cavalry corps now by Gen
, B. H. Robertson
This letter all that has previously been stated with the frequent desertions from the Fed. of the Valley
and the disinclination of Yankee troops there to engage our forces.
The of the writer may be regarded an the character of a man of . He says:
a Yankee are leaving the Valley
They have a considerable amount of supplies at and we will either capture or of them.
Our presence, too, induces and they flock to rapidly.
came up to Powell
's day be five in another.
Four hundred regiment at Front Royal
the leaving nothing but officers.
There is and in the Yankee
army and if their men at home have no to fight this war through than old will have a 300,000 additional troops.
all who voluntarily come into
of the Valley
were turned from their Gap by a few went up the Page Valley
There was the whole army.
Thirty men turned or more than 2,500."