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From the South West. Safay of the Virginia and Tennessee railroads-- Gens. Zollicoffer, Marshall, and Floyd. [Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.] Abingdon, Dec. 1, 1861. It can be said with entire truth that the line of the nts, the 56th and another which I believe is the 57th, have just reached here from Eastern Virginia, en route to join Gen. Marshall, now twenty-five miles west of this, in Russell county. The regiment of Colonel Moore, which has been raised in thiseady to march for the same destination, and will set off to-morrow morning. These troops, with the forces already at Gen. Marshall's camp, and the Kentuckians at Pound Gap, will give that General a handsome little army with which to enter Kentucky and rally the loyal citizens of the Eastern part of that State to the Confederate cause. Gen. Marshall will be in supporting distance of Gen. Zollicoffer, and his presence in Eastern Kentucky will greatly stiffen up our affairs in the direction of