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Military movements. --Troops are now leaving their encampments in the direction of Southwestern Virginia, destined probably for the neighborhood of Pound Gap, to aid Gen. Marshall. A fine regiment will depart by the Denville train today.
s, over the river, detained us so much that we did not get off until the next morning. The division was composed of the Second, Twenty-first, Fifty-ninth, and Col. Marshall's incomplete regiment. Gen. Nelson took command in person. We had marched about ten miles, when a few shots were fired at our advance. We halted, and we The remainder were secreted in a cornfield on the opposite side of the river. We afterward learned that they numbered 740--615 infantry and 125 cavalry. Col. Marshall's men had been scouring the hills, but for the last three miles the march had been so rapid that they had only time to keep in advance of the division. Ha morm, with a loss of thirty-two killed and about the same number wounded. Our loss was four killed and twenty four wounded. Two of the latter have since died. Colonel Marshall's men suffered most severely. He himself had his horse shot under him, and a ball passed through his coat. The writer states that subsequently the Feder