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ncranz's supply trains, from the Kanawha falls, which is a mile and a half below the junction of the Gauley and New rivers, to Gen. Rosencranz's headquarters, at Tompkins's farm, on New river, five miles above the junction. The supply trains of the Federal army, therefore, have been discontinued during the day, and are run only at night. The rebels had three batteries of two guns each opposite Tompkins's farm, one opposite to the mouth of the Gauley, and one opposite the Kanawha falls, the latter the most dangerous. Nothing definite is known of the rebels, but their operations indicate desperation or great confidence. Gen. Rosencranz has jussencranz and Floyd. We copy from the Cincinnati Commercial: On Friday morning, at 8 o'clock, the rebels opened fire on Gen. Rosencranz's positions at Camps Tompkins and Gauley, from the hills on the west side of New river. They had two pieces of artillery, and banged away vigorously, throwing shot and shell, and their skirm