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ht in Giles county from the Bristol Advocate, of the 15th inst: We this week had an interview with Rev. George T. Gray, who participated in the battle near Pearisburg, the county seat of Giles county, Va., on last Saturday. The enemy had previously taken possession of the town, taken several of the citizens prisoners, roey ran pell mell through the town they had so arrogantly taken and occupied. The chase continued to what is called "the narrows," some five miles Northwest of Pearisburg, where the Confederates waited and took position, having learned that the Federals were hourly expecting heavy reinforcements. We had four men wounded, oneed on our side is Colonel John M. Patton, of the 22d regiment Virginia volunteers. Our informant heard cannonading on Sunday morning as he came across from Pearisburg to Dublin, a distance of 18 or 20 miles from the scene of action. Of this engagement nothing has since been heard. The Confederates had a good position and fe