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ld it not be worth something to the Lincoln Government to get hold of the western end of the Central Railroad? Has not Rosencranz repeatedly expressed a determination to winter in Lewisburg, and is he not urged to advance by the Northwestern people ould be not advance to Lewisburg and to Jackson's river were we to withdraw our troops? Now, mark the prediction! Rosencranz will invade Greenbrier and occupy Lewisburg, and perhaps advance to Jackson's river before Christmas, should the troopst Bowyer's, Richmond's, Pack's, or any other Ferry, with one or two pieces of artillery, might hold him in check, while Rosencranz, with the main body of his army, could move forward unresisted. Nor would it be good policy in Floyd to go into the Kanawha valley with a force of less than 20,000 men, leaving Rosencranz in his rear, and the Kanawha river in fine boating condition, by means of which any quantity of Ohio troops might be sent up in front in a few hours. The great need of Western
Arrival of prisoners. --Some few additions to the number of Federal prisoners here have been made within three days past; among them two from Western Virginia, where they were captured while in the prosecution of business for Rosencranz, such as mail and express riding and other adventurous enterprises of a similar nature.