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he retreat from observation, it also prevented the discovery of many articles, which would have been brought away, and which fell into the enemy's hands. Gen. Floyd had the skeletons of five regiments in his engagement in which he repulsed Rosencranz. They were Heath's, Reynold's, Wharton's, Tompkins's and McCausland's. Each of these regiments, or the small remnants of them, were severely charged, and each stood the charge nobly. There was not a sign of fear or flinching in any face nor itain. The militia of the region were also mustering, at last dates, and joining General Floyd. the enemy having come down into a country where the people are loyal, he will find it not so easy to make head way. We shall in a few days no doubt receive tidings of sharp work. If Gen. Lee is enabled soon to dispose of his adversary on Cheat Mountain, a very different face will be put upon the campaign and Gen. Rosencranz will have to make a new move on the chess board to avoid a cheek himself.