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C. H., Va., Nov. 15. As I telegraphed you, Floyd retreated the night of the skirmish at Cotton the New River, near Gauley, Nov. 21. Again Floyd has fallen back before our forces, and with thour arms, as we should have bagged his force. Floyd's army is composed of good runners; his artill, if we kept our army in its present position, Floyd would soon be prepared to enforce a retiring oes could reach our camps through the fire that Floyd kept up along the wagon road, except in limite 14th. The following letter, addressed to General Floyd, shows that General Benham has done all in. V. Gen. Benham was within three miles of Floyd's army when the order came giving his command f the expedition was an adventurous pursuit of Floyd, meeting with great success, and worthy of all Richmond, December 10, 1861. Sir: General Floyd's retreat from Cotton Hill, having been rehave not had a correct detailed account of General Floyd's retreat from Cotton Hill, although you m[20 more...]