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defeat, General Floyd was sent to the relief of the Kanawha counties; and the troops of the Valley, placed under his command, marched back to meet their invaders again; but new disappointments awaited them. They fought again at Cross Lanes and Carnifax Ferry on the Ganley; shared in the triumphs of those well-contested fields, but again gathered nothing but barren laurels. They have now advanced a third time against their enemies. We have heard something of the autumnal storms on Sewell Mountain, the privations and sufferings of the troops there, the crossing by Floyd's men of the New river and their terrible march over the mountains of Fayette. The last news is that at least half the command are in the hospitals. But I ask particular consideration for the Kanawha regiment. Its present condition is better known to others than myself; but we may imagine their state of destitution and suffering, when we remember that they have been constantly marching and fighting for four mon