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The Daily Dispatch: July 12, 1861., [Electronic resource], Northwestern Virginia-New Affairs are reported North. (search)
scout in several of our Indian wars. Governor Pierpont has appointed Col. Kelly to the command of the Virginia brigade of volunteers. Brigadiers Generals Hill, Morris and Scleich are also on the ground in command of the Western troops, so that all the brigades will be fully organized. Two regiments of Indiana troops have left p shooters, two pieces of artillery, fifteen days rations, 120,000 rounds of cartridges, and 200 rounds of shots and shell for the artillery. At Phillippi, Gen. Morris is in command of our troops, Gen. McClellan moving with the Clarksburg column. The rebel lines stretch from Laurel Hill to Huttonsville and the Cheat Mountain ant of cavalry, and by the non-arrival of 200,000 rations, which had been expected. A battle was anticipated on the 4th. A strong column is concentrating at Phillippi, under Gen. Morris. It is difficult to explain the movements of Gen. McClellan's whole army, as many of the places where they halt are not set down in the maps.
Mr. Morris, employed by the telegraph company, was dangerously injured in Charleston, S. U., on Monday last, by falling from a tree.