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The rumors in many of the newspapers, as to Gen. Floyd's movements, are so full of errors, that I feel anformation as will be admissible to the public. General Floyd left Big Sewell some two weeks ago with the 22d,skirmishers, commanded by Col. Phillips in person Gen. Floyd, with his staff proceeded down the Miller's Ferrywith telling effect upon their artillerists. Gen. Floyd holds the landings on this side of Kanawha, at Bof Gauley. Our main force is at Cotton Hill. Gen. Floyd's Brigade Quartermaster, Col. Isaac B. Dunn, has nd their band may be heard distinctly at night at Gen. Floyd's headquarters. Our cavalry have proceeded as faCol. Dunn was the only brigade quartermaster with Gen. Floyd through the mountains. The General's health is improving Mrs Floyd was at Pack's Ferry on Saturday, on her way to Raleigh. From this imperfect statement you cemy's side, of the damage inflicted upon them by General Floyd's army at the battle of Carnifax Ferry. The Cin
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From Gen. Floyd's command. Lynchburg, Oct. 31. --The editor of the Lynchburg Republican has just conversed with one of Gen. Floyd's staff, directly from his camp, and learned from him that oGen. Floyd's staff, directly from his camp, and learned from him that on Monday, the 21st, a portion of Floyd's command attacked the Federals at a ford near Cotton hill, repulsing them with a loss of twenty-three killed and many wounded. The loss on our side was one kilFloyd's command attacked the Federals at a ford near Cotton hill, repulsing them with a loss of twenty-three killed and many wounded. The loss on our side was one killed and a few wounded. Our forces and the enemy were in the sound of each other's drums, and sharp skirmishing occurred every day. Gen. Floyd was well posted on and near Cotton Hill, but having Gen. Floyd was well posted on and near Cotton Hill, but having to guard five important ferries his forces were too much divided to make an effective attack on the enemy. The rumor of an important battle having been fought recently between Floyd and Rosencranis forces were too much divided to make an effective attack on the enemy. The rumor of an important battle having been fought recently between Floyd and Rosencranz is believed to be unfounded.
Death of Capt. William H. Cook. Lynchburg, Oct. 31. --Intelligence has been received here of the death of Capt. Wm. H. Cook, of Kythe county. He died near Greenbrier bridge a few days ago, of typhoid fever. He belonged to Floyd's brigade, and commanded a company of Wythe volunteers.--He was also a member elect of the Virginia Legislature, and extensively and favorably known.