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the following in relation to the Army of the Kanawha, a brief telegraphic dispatch of which appeared in our columns on Saturday last: A member of Phillips's Legion, which is attached to Gen. Floyd's command, reached this city on yesterday evening, by the Orange train. He left Gen. Floyd's command on the 20th, which was then in Boone county, and it being well authenticated that the enemy had entirely evacuated the Kanawha Valley, Gen. Floyd had determined to march into Kentucky, whither Cox's and Rosencranz's forces were supposed to have gone. To reach Kentucky, Gen. Floyd, had before him only a march of about thirty miles, and before this time it is confidently believed he has already reached there. The movements of the enemy have also changed the designs of Gen. Loring, who, after sending a detachment down the Kanawha Valley, was returning with his forces to his old position near Valley Mountain. Gen. Lee was still at Meadow Bluff. The departure of our Ministers,
Ranaway --From the subscriber, on Sunday night last, a Negro Boy, named James Barbour, but generally called Link. Said boy is of ginger bread color, full head of hair, about five feet eight or nine inches high, twenty-eight or thirty years of age and is a good cook and fisherman. Jim has a wife at Henry Cox's, in Henrico county. He may be lurking about that neighborhood or may, by representing himself to be free, have obtained employment as a soldier's cook. I will give a reward to 825 for his return to me in Henrico, as if confined in the jail of that county. Albert Aiken. oc 16--ts