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in others there are no Union men. On Tuesday afternoon the Henry Clay Guards and the Rough and Ready Rifles, of the Wheeling Regiments, and two companies of the Ohio Sixteenth, left the camp and marched up to the town of Fairmont, a distance of 18 miles. They succeeded in taking possession of the town peaceably, and at last accounts were guarding the bridges in the vicinity. The burnt bridges are being speedily repaired by a large volunteer force from this city. As we passed Cameron, Virginia, upon our return, we found the Union men bringing in the Secessionists from the country to make them take the oath of allegiance and swear to support the Constitution of the United States. Just as we were leaving the camp at the burnt bridges, yesterday, about 500 of the Ohio 16th were ordered to march. They were soon ready and under way. They started in the direction of Fairmont, and if nothing happened to them, they reached that place yesterday afternoon. Gen. Butler's co