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ng the forces captured by Stoneman in the vicinity of the rebel capital was a battalion of the Richmond City Guard, an aristocratic organization for home duty.--They had been on a reconnaissance. Nominations in Western Virginia. The Convention which met at Parkersburg, on the 5th inst, to nominate officers for the new State of Western Virginia, has adjourned, having nominated for Governor A. J. Boreman, of Parkersburg; Secretary of State, J. E. Boyer, of Middletown; Secretary of the Treasury, Campbell Tarr, of Brooke county; State Auditors, Samuel Brane of Wheeling, Judge B. O. Berckshire, of Morgantown; Wm. A. Harrison, of Clarksburg, and James H Brown, of Kanawha; Attorney General, A. B. Caldwell, of Wheeling. A brief account of the battle. Falmouth, Va., May 5. --Yesterday two terrible battles were fought by the 6th corps, Gen. Sedgwick, resulting in fearful carnage on both sides. Monday morning the rebels suddenly made their appearance on the hills to the lef