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ctory in the West. A correspondent gives some further particulars of the victory gained by a detachment of the Wise Legion in the Kanawha Valley, on Wednesday last. The writer is a member of the Richmond Blues. He locates the some just below Coals mouth, though the place was immediately on Scarry Creek. Our detachment of 700 or 800 men was attacked by 3,000 Ohio troops, who were soon repulsed with great loss. Our loss was two killed and five wounded. One of the former was a man named Welch, whose head was shot off by a cannon ball. We took a good many prisoners, including three Colonels, five Captains and one Lieutenant, killed fifty or sixty, and wounded about the same number. When the enemy retreated he was pursued some distance by Capt. Jenkins' Cavalry company. The Blues were not in the engagement, being stationed some four miles distant, on the opposite side of the river. The company, we are gratified to learn, are doing well, although our correspondent thinks they ha