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career of the traitor Carlile. The following facts are beyond controversy as they come to us from an unquestionable source. We learn that Carlile is in correspondence with Lincoln's Cabinet, and that he now has in his possession a letter from Cameron, Secretary of War, and a member of Lincoln's Cabinet, offering to send Black Republican troops into North western Virginia for the purpose of subjugating the people, and separating this section of the State from the East. This information can b, we heard Lewis A. Myers, who has been writing in the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court of Harrison county for the last eight months, and is now at this place, say in the presence of several persons, that he had seen the correspondence from Gen. Cameron, Secretary of War of the Black Republican Administration at Washington, in which communication the Black Republican Administration promised to furnish troops to sustain the "Union men" of North western Virginia in dividing the State. Henry D