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nd thence by way of the Warm Springs to the Huntersville line. After spending a few days at Monterce which had been ordered to rendezvous at Huntersville, and attempt to turn Cheat mountain by way o Huntersville. The effective force on the Huntersville line was about 8,500 men, most excellent ma troops there encamped, and then rode on to Huntersville, which he reached the 1st of August. At th the troops on the Monterey line and on the Huntersville line, which formed his division, he also prit was nearly 30 miles, by the rear, toward Huntersville; and by the shortest line of communication,ick, the stores and his brigade equipage to Huntersville over nearly impassable roads. The division Gilham retired from Valley mountain toward Huntersville, taking his remaining sick and such stores e left of General Jackson's command, on the Huntersville and Beverly line, was composed of the Twentlley mountain and guarding that approach to Huntersville, with the Thirty-seventh Virginia, under Co[11 more...]