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A demand for Col. Zervona's release, It gives us great satisfaction to learn that Gov Letcher in cads to hold on to the prisoners lately taken by the Virginia force under Gen Floyd, and to give Lincoln notice that a certain number of them will be placed in the penitentiary, in close confident, and subjected to precisely the some treatment on Col Zervona, until that gallant officer is released. Virginia and the whole South will thank Gov Letcher from the bottom of their hearts for this righteous act. The horrible tyranny which has so long and with perfect impunity, been perpetrated upon one of the most chivalric and noble spirits of the South will now he brought to an end. Our readers will recollect the capture of a steamboat by Zarvona, dressed in woman's attire, one of the most brilliant and dashing affairs of the war. For this achievement, which would have excited the admiration of a generous enemy, Colonel Thomas has ever since been kept in solitary confinement in a prison c
From General Floyd's command — brilliant exploits. The Advocates gives us the following report of late exploits of the State Line, under command of General Floyd: Week before last Gen Floyd, with a portion of his command lef; Oceans, the county sent of Wyoming county, Gen Floyd, with a portion of his command lef; Oceans, the county sent of Wyoming county, for Warfield, Lawrence county, Ky, while the remelader of his forces, under Colonels Clarkson and Hounshell, started a few days after for Logan county. Gen Floyd succeeded in capturing Warfield, after a short, skirmish with a portion of the Hone Guard distail--ned there. Several returned to Tazewell county where they are now in camp. When Gen. Floyd reached Logan Court-House he found just the command referred to hl where his whole command is now in quarters. Since this of Gen Floyd, we learn that an abolition force from Raleigh county advanced upeeded to Logan Court House and destroyed it is the same way, including the and other valuable property owned there by Gen, Floyd himself.