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re removed, the Courier says, to comfortable quarters in the jail "for safe keeping until proper disposition can be made of their cases. They were accompanied to the prison by the City Police, in citizens' dress, so as to avoid attracting any unnecessary attention." A skirmish in Western Virginia. A correspondent of the Cincinnati Times gives an account of a recent skirmish between Federal and Confederate troops, the former consisting of three Ohio companies. It occurred between Bulltown and Weston, Va.--The Confederates were concealed in the bushes, and fired upon the scouts of the Ohioans as they approached. Four of the Federal scouts were wounded, but not seriously. One of them received a ball through the fleshy part of the breast, and another a shot through the leg, but without breaking the bone. Sergeant Mulley, of Company H, was shot in the arm. Patrick Hendrieker, of Company H, received a ball in his arm, and had just exclaimed "I'm shot," when a ball struck him u