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Richmond some days ago. Hd'qrs Cavalry of Army of Kanawha, Camp near Logan C. H. Va., Nov. 14. Editors of Dispatch: A portion of the 5th and 8th Regiments of Virginia Cavalry, under the command of Col. John W. Clarkson, Lieutenant-Colonel A. G. Jenkins, and Major H. Frizaugn, left the headquarters of Gen. Floyd at Camp Dickinson, in Fayette county, on Nov. 4th, with instructions to strike the enemy a brow on the Ohio river, and to give protection to the royal citizens in the vicinit one mile from the town, and while we were yet undiscovered, a charge in three parties was ordered, the first under Capt. Corns, to take possession of the bridge affording a retreat for the enemy toward Ceredo; the next under Cols. Clarkson and Jenkins, to penetrate into the centre of town, and to dislodge the enemy from buildings which they occupied in that quarter; and the third under Major Fitzhugh through the town, to the roads in the upper portion of it, to prevent their escape up the riv