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rmaster, with the whole labor of transporting the brigade over the route so recently taken, is unjust to Col. Dunn, the real brigade quartermaster. Capt. B. is assistant quartermaster to 50th regiment, has not been with the command since it left Sewell, has been and is now absent at Wytheville settling business of his regiment. Col. Davis left the command at Richmond's Ferry, and only returned to Cotton Hill last Saturday. Col. Dunn was the only brigade quartermaster with Gen. Floyd through tis imperfect statement you can glean such facts as will enable you to form a pretty correct opinion of our position. All our supplies will e drawn from this depot, and our success must depend very much on the support we receive from Gen. Lee, at Sewell. Apropos of our army on the Kanawha, the truth is beginning to come out at last from the enemy's side, of the damage inflicted upon them by General Floyd's army at the battle of Carnifax Ferry. The Cincinnati Times thus speaks of that affa