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d itself have justified the sending of a much larger column in that direction than we have done; and now, the march of Rosencranz due South from Clarksburg against Floyd, on the Ganley, has shown that if we had sent to Lewisburg the main portion of troops which went to the vicinity of Hottonsville and Monterey, they could have marcral Lee shall succeed in penetrating towards Clarksburg and in threatening; Rosencranz's rear: or, whether, while General Lee is pushing on towards Clarksburg, General Floyd should not be sufficiently reinforced to enable him to assume offensive operations again, recross the Ganley, and, in concert with General Wise, drive the enemn, his own; it will still be inadvisable to weaken him in the occupation of the line of the Northwestern Railroad, by detaching a portion of his army to strengthen Floyd and Wise in their operations against the enemy with his largely superior force in the Kanawha Valley. There seems, therefore but one mode of meeting the question
ns of the Washington Tyranny. There have in probability occurred before this one or more bloody battles. The public is full of anxiety to hear whatever there is to hear; the hundreds in this region, who have relatives in the armies of Lee, and Floyd, and are pained at the delay in the transession of intelligence from them. We trust that the Department will establish at once a communication between the metropolis in their camps. It would be grateful to the people, and very much benefit oum them. We trust that the Department will establish at once a communication between the metropolis in their camps. It would be grateful to the people, and very much benefit our cause. A short telegraph announces that it was at the North that Floyd and Wise could effect a junction, and fall upon Cox. We hardly know what to anticipate. The of the enemy we do not know; but we know the character of our brave soldiers and their leaders, and we are satisfied that they will do their duty.
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Gen. Floyd--the Federalists alarmed. Clarksburg, Va. Sept. 15. --Gen. Floyd left about $10,000 worth of supplies behind him when he retreated. Fears are entertained that he may concentrate his forces with those of Gen. Wise, and attack Gen. Cox. Gen. Floyd--the Federalists alarmed. Clarksburg, Va. Sept. 15. --Gen. Floyd left about $10,000 worth of supplies behind him when he retreated. Fears are entertained that he may concentrate his forces with those of Gen. Wise, and attack Gen. Cox.