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incinnati Gazette, dated Grafton, Va., June 20, gives a Northern view of matters in that section: I came back from Phillippi this evening. Communication is beginning to be threatened between Grafron and Phillippi. Mounted parties sent out lasPhillippi. Mounted parties sent out last and Tuesday nights to engage the enemy's pickets, were fired upon Tuesday night by an ambuscade of the enemy, which instantly retreated. Last night a large party drove in the pickets, and then sent forward Ex-Speaker Gordon, late private in the 9turned to-day, after being two days inside the enemy's pickets. At their advanced camp, near Burlington, 13 miles from Phillippi, he saw five pieces of artillery, and is confident their force is not over 2,000. He learned they expected five regimeise, to-day. The rebels are still in force at Beverley, Huttonsville, and Cheat Mountain Gap. Our position at Phillippi is splendidly fortified. An attack on one side or the other must come soon. Our troops can hardly be held back. Capt
Intelligence from Northwestern Virginia. Cincinnati, June 26th. --Special dispatches from Grafton say that Col. McCook, of the German Regiment, moved to Phillippi yesterday morning. Sergeant Dunham, of the 9th Indiana Regiment, the best scout in the service, and an old comrade of Kit Carson, returned to camp, having been ter. They have also five 6 pounders, two of which are in a masked battery.--Gov. Wise was expected there with three regiments, when an attack would be made upon Phillippi. Durham recently had an only brother hung in South Carolina, and he swore to avenge his death. He shot three rebels while he was out--one a Lieut. Bouriers, just in from Phillippi. He says everything is ready for an instant move. All is quiet at Cumberland and Piedmont. The forces on both sides are concentrating.--Our troops are in fine spirits and eager for action. Gen. Pierpont to-day appointed Col. Kelly Brigadier General of the Western Virginia forces. Intelligen