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rtillery. Colonels Gilham and Lee were at Valley mountain, 28 miles west of Huntersville, with theing him to advance on the enemy by way of Valley mountain. Not succeeding in this, or in gaining tmp at Elkwater, some 16 miles in front of Valley mountain, and by the Monterey line on that on Cheay of Huttonsville. From Loring's camp at Valley mountain, 3,500 feet above the sea level, it was 1eral Lee from Headquarters of the Forces, Valley mountain, W. Va., September 9, 1861, issued the foself was responsible for results. From Valley mountain, on the 17th of September. he wrote to G added his force to that of Cox, Lee left Valley mountain, about the 19th, and hastened to that linr camp. Shortly after General Lee left Valley mountain he sent back orders to Loring to send reid on the Huntersville and Beverly line at Valley mountain, with detachments on the road to its baseia, under Col. William Gilham, located at Valley mountain and guarding that approach to Huntersvill[10 more...]