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ionists rather than transport them 150 miles in wagons over bad roads! These things should be well considered, and it were well if they were considered before it be too late. It will not do to rely upon Gen. Floyd, and he on the south side of New river or the Kanawha. Three hundred men at Bowyer's, Richmond's, Pack's, or any other Ferry, with one or two pieces of artillery, might hold him in check, while Rosencranz, with the main body of his army, could move forward unresisted. Nor would it be good policy in Floyd to go into the Kanawha valley with a force of less than 20,000 men, leaving Rosencranz in his rear, and the Kanawha river in fine boating condition, by means of which any quantity of Ohio troops might be sent up in front in a few hours. The great need of Western Virginia is troops, and if over the Pierpont Government is to be overthrown, we must have them. We need 25,000 effective men in the direction of Cheat Mountain, and 25,000 on the James River and Kanawha Tu