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ear narrative of this important conflict is furnished us by a participant in the affair. Its truthfulness is its greatest recommendation, but its particular interest to a Virginia reader lies in the honorable mention made of one of our own regiments: Messrs. Editor: Knowing that every item of news from the State of Kentucky is hailed with great interest by your numerous readers, I have thought proper to give you a short account of the movements of Gen. Marshall from the 6th to the 15th of January. Gen. Marshall had taken a position and fortified himself some three miles above Paintsville, on the river. But after learning the movements of the enemy, he thought best to fall back so as to prevent the enemy from cutting off his supplies and getting in his rear. Hence we slowly began our retrograde movement, noticing the enemy, until on the night of the 9th we rested at the foot of the mountain, some four miles west of Prestonsburg. During the night of the 9th we learned that