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thwest will be interesting to the readers of the Dispatch. Now is the time to furnish material for the future historian. While every true patriot is bound to do his best, during the present difficulties, in fighting for the independence of his beloved country, still he is no less responsible to coming generations for the record of facts relating to the bravery of our soldiery and the skill of our leaders. Every movement that Gen. Floyd has made from the time he left Lewisburg on his way to Ganley, to the present time, is worthy of the highest commendation. He has not made a single mistake in his campaign thus far.--His march to the Gauley river, driving the enemy before him — his crossing the river in front of the enemy, under many disadvantages — his meeting the enemy shortly afterwards at Cross Lanes, and routing him with great loss — his fortifying at Gauley, and afterwards encountering Rosencranz, who had 8,000 men against 1,700--his fighting such a powerful antagonist for four <