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Tatewell C. H., Va., Sept. 9, 1861. It is reported in some of the papers that Tatewell has furnished her quota of volunteers. This is a slight mistake; when she shall have sent off the present (8th company) she will very nigh have performed her part.--I may say that Tazewell stands first in Floyd's brigade; and not second in furnishing volunteers from Southwestern Virginia. She has only eight companies attacked to the brigade mentioned: Crops of all kinds were never better throughout the Southwest. Enough has been raised to supply the Confederate Army. Your correspondent had an interview with Senator, Pate, brother of the celebrated H. Clay Pate, on Friday evening last, just from Boone C. H. He gives some interesting incidents connected with the fight at that place. It seems that our forces were small, and that the enemy, aided by a number of traitors, numbered about four times as many. The fight occurred on Sunday morning, early in the day. We lost, only one