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Movements in Western Virginia. From a gentleman who arrived in this city yesterday, we have some interesting particulars of the movements of the forces under Major General Loring, in Western Virginia. On Saturday week the army broke camp at their former headquarters, (the Narrows of New river. in Giles county.) moving in three columns. These three columns formed a junction on Tuesday morning at Shady Springs, in Raleigh county, and that evening encamped a short distance beyond Raleigh Court- House. On Wednesday they reached McCoy's, in Fayette county, nine miles southeast of the Court House. On Thursday morning they continued their march in fine spirits. The enemy were rapidly retreating before our forces, and left Raleigh Court-House only a few days before the entrance of our forces. They numbered about 2,000. At that place they out port holes in nearly every house, declaring their intention to make a stand against the rebel forces. So suddenly did they leave on bea