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has now 25,000 men between this point and Winchester. His cannon have been increased to twenty-two pieces, of various calibre. In the affair of to-day the Scott Legion led the advance and marched farthest toward the supposed position of the enemy. Gen. Cadwallader and staff rode in the advance of the column. In the affair at Hainesville, the other day, Gen. Patterson commanded in person. From Western Virginia. Buckhannon, July 8. --A dispatch received here says that Gen. McClellan's column is within one mile of Laurel Hill, where the Confederates, under Gen. Garland, are posted. A battle is probable within twenty-four hours. Buckhannon, July 8.--A courier has arrived from Webster who reports that four companies of the 19th Ohio Regiment at Glenville, about forty miles distant to the southwest, are besieged by a picket regiment of Virginians and fifteen hundred militia, under O. Jennings Wise. Col. Tyler, of the 7th Regiment, has marched to their relief from
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nstead of a skirmish, there will be a hard battle. Col.McClellan has been reorganizing his scout service, having found h regiments of Ohio troops have left Camp Dennison to join McClellan's corps. Each regiment has a corps of sharp shooters, twAt Phillippi, Gen. Morris is in command of our troops, Gen. McClellan moving with the Clarksburg column. The rebel lines stheat Mountain Gaps. Immediate action being requisite, Gen. McClellan has begun his movements by posting detachments in varivice. They are an able-bodied, hearty looking corps.--Gen. McClellan uses the telegraph in his operations by establishing ttely fled. Our forces occupied the place at once, and Gen. McClellan was expected to arrive there on Tuesday night. On the ers ten thousand men, under the immediate direction of Gen. McClellan. It was the vanguard of this body which reached Buckh. Morris. It is difficult to explain the movements of Gen. McClellan's whole army, as many of the places where they halt ar