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f history. About two hundred cavalry, under the command of Lieutenant-Colonel Clarkson, left Hamilton, just above the "Hawk's Nest," on the 10th inst., and reached "Toney's," on the Coal River, twelve miles above Charles on, about 10 A. M. on the 12th inst., a distance of eighty miles, and the troop either in a full gallop or straining of the horses for the last twenty miles. To reach "Toney's" the Coal River was forded ninety-seven times during the night of the 11th inst., under a violent storing over their head, the utter darkness rendered still deeper by the glare of the torch, with fearless hearts and good wills, continued the journey through the most broken and wild scenery of Western Virginia. About 3 o'clock at night, on the 12th inst., we were informed that about two miles below us, at Mr. Pack's, the enemy would be found numbering about five hundred. It was determined to attack even that force, but upon our arrival there, about daylight, we learned the enemy had left th