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o redeem the reputation of the company. After considering the case, the General acceded to the desire, and the arms were restored. Lieut. Stratton and his guilty friends go home in disgrace. An official report from Col. Tyler, dated this morning, at Weston, states that six of his men surprised sixteen mounted men, in camp, between Weston and Bulltown, yesterday, and took six of them, with their arms and horses prisoners. They will be sent to Columbia. The same blatherskite correspondent telegraphed on the 8th of July, from Buckhannon that "a courier arrived from Webster, reports that four companies of the 19th Ohio Regiment, at Glenville, about 40 miles distant to the Southwest, are besieged by a picked Regiment of Virginians and 1,500 militia under O. Jennings Wise." It will be seen, by reference to our telegraph column, that a report afterwards reached Cincinnati that Capt. Wise had captured a battalion or so of Hessians at Glenville. We hope this may prove true.