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From Western Virginia. Advices from the West, brought by a passenger who had an interview on Sunday with a Virginian who was very recently released from the Federal camp, represent that Rosencranz has not more than 8,000 effective men — at least 1,600 of his command being on the sick list. General Floyd was still at Cotton Hill, but a few miles from the enemy, and an attack was hourly expected. A most disastrous freshet had occurred in the Kanawha Valley. The town of Charleston was partially submerged, and the loss of life and property had been very heavy. The Salt Works were overflowed and much damaged.
nd readily obtained from the jury. The defendant is a native of Massachusetts. The owners of the vessel, to whom she is saved by his conduct, ought to reward him for it. All the rest of the crew were found guilty of piracy. From Gen. Rosencranz. Washington, Oct. 29. --A dispatch received here to-day from Gen. Rosencranz states that he had advanced some five miles in the direction of the rebels, and was preparing to make another forward movement with a view of driving the reew were found guilty of piracy. From Gen. Rosencranz. Washington, Oct. 29. --A dispatch received here to-day from Gen. Rosencranz states that he had advanced some five miles in the direction of the rebels, and was preparing to make another forward movement with a view of driving the rebels from that entire section of the country. He had intelligence that for several days they had been retreating. He intended to follow them as soon as the necessary arrangements could be made.