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Clarksburg. When I tell you that, with the exception of the troops absolutely needed to guard the road and hold Grafton, and of one regiment stationed at Cheat river, all the troops in Western Virginia have gone to Phillippi or Clarksburg, you will have little difficulty in comprehending the contemplated movements. In addition to this I may only add that the column from Clarksburg commenced moving yesterday, June 26. A correspondent of the same journal, writing from Clarksburg, on the 28th, gives the following: Six o'clock P. M.--The day closes amidst the most conflicting and exciting reports relative to the movements of the rebels. It is now pretty clearly ascertained that Governor Wise has occupied Buchanon, at the head of seven thousand men. Major Bill Jackson is at Beverly, with fifteen hundred men, and another body is at Webb's Mill's, forty miles southeast of here. It will thus be seen that a crisis is rapidly approaching. A fight must take place within twenty-fou