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to prevent our being cut off at Gauley Bridge by a large detachment or McClellan's army, rapidly advancing from Weston, by Bulltown, Birch Mountain, Sutton and Summersville, to Gauley. The disastrous defeat of the Northwestern army and the death, or General Garnett left the enemy free to move upon our rear, and we could not rejecclosed by the correspondence and editorials of the Cincinnati papers, as well as by the private letters which we found in the mail captured, between Sutton and Summersville, by Colonel Croghan, of the Legion. For instance, the Cincinnati Gazette uses the following "official" language: "We have official advices this morning at Wise and his force were headed off by Gen. Cox; he therefore made preparations for an attack from Wise," &c., &c. From the same mail, captured between Summersville and Sutton by a cavalry force, which, by mountain paths, was thrown in rear of the former place, I send you a letter written to the Portage county (Ohio) Democ