ree thousand, divided in four portions, as ordered by General Rosecrans, I at length moved forward with one-half the force toand Pfau's Cavalry.
New York world account.
General Rosecrans' Headquarters, on the New River, near Gauley, Nov. 21he opposite side, that is, the east side of New River, Gen. Rosecrans had his Headquarters.
The supplies for our troops camposition, Gen. Benham, who foresaw the movement, urged Gen. Rosecrans to change his position, alleging that by a timely and in range of his field-pieces on the opposite heights.
Gen. Rosecrans deemed it a very ingenious but improbable theory.
He e to cross over in skiffs and attack Floyd's advance.
Gen. Rosecrans, however, did not regard the plan with much favor, and, as Benham anticipated, finally did commence to shell Gen. Rosecrans' camp with his batteries, which were so distributed asor his friends.
It will be subject to the order of Gen. H. S. Rosecrans.
And now, having for the third time the opportun