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The capture of steamers by the Virginia State Line. A letter from headquarters 1st brigade Virginia State Line gives some interesting particulars of the recent capture of nine of the enemy's boats, near Piketon, Ky. On its way into Kentucky over 200 volunteers joined the brigade, though the march was much annoyed by bushwhackers. The letter says: Soon after the completion of the expedition intelligence was received by Gen. Floyd that several boats were on their route up the Sandy river, laden with arms, ammunition, and clothing for a regiment recently recruited near Piketon, by Col. John Dils, and which was stationed at that point. The value of so rich a prize was duly appreciated by our commanding General, and such an opportunity for equipping and clothing our forces was not permitted to escapes. Early on the morning of the 3d ult. Col. Clarkson, with detachments of the 1st, 2d, and 3d regiments V. S. L., proceeded in the direction of Prestonsburg, Ky. Bright and e