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The army of the Kanawha — highly interesting Details. The following communication, written by a distinguished officer, was received at a late hour on Sunday night. It loses none of its interest, however, by the slight delay in its publication: [correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.] Camp Defiance,September 25, 10 P. M. On the 14th of September, General Floyd and his forces encamped on the summit of the Big Sewell, and ordered the Wise Legion, which, to cover his rear, was drawn up in order of battle at Locust Lane, to camp east of him at Smales's, on the turnpike. The troops of the Wise Legion, who were in no amiable humor at so much retreating, and especially at being obliged to retire from Dogwood Gap without fighting, were much exhausted and annoyed at having been kept on the road from six in the morning till eleven at night, mixed up with an interminable train of wagons belonging to the Floyd Brigade, for the purpose of only proceeding a few miles, and though n
Eugene McGrath, thirty-eighth volunteers, September 14; First Lieut. H. L. Suydam, thirty-third volunteers, September 14. Ohio.--Second Lieut. A. J. Williams, seventh volunteers, September 6; ieut. Col. J. E. Atwood, sixth volunteers, September 14. Maine.--Captain E. G. Savage, third vtenant W. E. Farwell, eleventh volunteers, September 14; Captain Edward Fitzgerald, ninth volunteerutenant David, Thompson, first volunteers, September 14; Second Lieutenant John H. Vorhees, first veorge W. Emery, twenty-seventh volunteers, September 14; Capt. Lawrence Kelly, twenty-seventh volunteers, September 14; First Lieutenant John Chrenberg, twenty-seventh volunteers, September 14; FirsSeptember 14; First Lieutenant F. F. Von Bleworth, twenty-seventh volunteers, September 14; Second Lieutenant Thomas eventh volunteers, September 14; Second Lieutenant Thomas Malone, first artillery, September 14. seventh volunteers, September 14; Second Lieutenant Thomas Malone, first artillery, September 14.