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hr. Haxall, Richmond; ship Trumbull, New York. Boone Court-House, Va. Boone county Court-House, near which the fight occurred on Sunday last, and which was subsequently burned by the Federal troops, was a small village, situated on Little Coal River, two hundred and forty miles, in a direct line west from Richmond. The surrounding country is very sparsely settled. The county of Boone is a new one, or at least formed within a few years past, and is in the Southwest part of Virginia. It is bounded on the Northeast by Coal River, and influent of the Kanawha, and also drained by Little Coal River and Laurel Creek. It was formed out of Logan and Kanawha counties, and named in honor of Daniel Boone, the renowned pioneer of the West. Kit Carson. The Washington correspondent of a New York paper states that when last heard from, Kit Carson, the Rocky Mountain Ranger, was busily engaged in raising a corps of mounted rangers, composed not of half breeds or savages, but of